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The Missionary Museum

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The Mission Museum, established in 1864, is Stavanger's oldest museum. The impressive collection of over 5,000 artifacts presents an interesting historical and ethnic perspective of missionary efforts in South Africa, Madagascar, Cameron, Mali, Ethiopia, China, Hong-Kong, Taiwan, Japan, Thailand and Brazil. The Mission Museum is located in the lower floor of the faculty building at the School of Mission and Theology and is open to visitors by appointment.

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The Missionary Museum

The Mission Museum, established in 1864, is Stavanger's oldest museum. The impressive collection of over 5,000 artifacts presents an interesting histor...

The Missionary Museum

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