Museo del Oro - Sala La Ofrenda

El Museo del Oro del Banco de la República está en Bogotá, Colombia. En su recorrido, en el tercer piso, la última de las salas se llama "La Ofrenda". Se trata de un ambiente de penumbra donde seis vitrinas cilíndricas conectan cielo y tierra. Alude al vuelo chamánico y al sentido religioso del arte indígena de la orfebrería. La Balsa Muisca, el objeto que simboliza el mito y la ceremonia del Dorado, introduce el tema de la ofrenda que realizaba el cacique o el chamán para promover o restaurar el equilibrio del mundo.

Al final del recorrido una persona lo detendrá y le indicará que espere. Cuando una pared se abra, usted asistirá a un evento de luz y sonido que se quedará grabado en su memoria.

Proyecto: Colombia Travel (www.colombia.travel)

Fotógrafo: Mario Carvajal (Astrolabio www.astrolabio.com.co)

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Copyright: Astrolabio Colombia
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Taken: 22/07/2011
Uploaded: 01/09/2011
Updated: 22/03/2015


Tags: museo del oro; golden museum; la ofrenda; sala; orfebreria; gold; prehispanico; cultura; museo; exposición
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