What the hell!
in a Museum in Florence (you move to another service) to surprise the mannequin, which is dressed in plush in fur. A man's home place is on the map marked North-Finland.
behind the Glass is the present sámi women in the horn cap.
How is it possible that in Finland almost lost, extremely rare headdress you can find here, in the Italian heat?
It is a long way from home.Saami ancient horn cap is associated with mystery. They have not been preserved than a little. One suspicion is that the headdress once banned as sinful. Antti Haanpää / Yle
the World's museums, hang out in the treasures that are out there, where they are historically found.
Where and to whom the objects actually belong to, is currently burning and divisive issue around the world.
the Interest and requirements of the object returns have increased.
– the Issue is very topical, says the national museum of Finland president Elina Anttila .
– a Debate is currently buoyant, says chief curator of the Eero Ehanti .
the Former colonial powers of the world-famous museums return request not caused jubilation exactly well received.national museum curator Eero Ehanti remind you that the world is full of different cultures, told by museums, "isn't in anyone's best interest, if the collection you will be decentralised".Antti Haanpää / Yle
the Greeks want the Parthenon, marble decorative sculpture to its original place on the Acropolis hill in Athens. The Greek government has demanded their return, the British Museum in London (you move to another service). Unsuccessfully.the Parthenon-temple of the marble sculptures were removed and taken from Athens to England in the 1800 turn. The British Museum purchased the sculptures from lord Elgin in 1816.Rex Features / AOP
Each of the British Museum visited know that its egyptian department is dumbfounding.
One of the museum's greatest attraction is more than 2 000 years old the Rosetta stone by napoleon's troops dragged with him into Egypt. It beat the mark has survived the hieroglyphics of mystery (you move to another service).
the Rosetta stone is just one of those objects, which the Egyptian state is required to return, but with little effect.the Illustrated London News magazine published in 1874 picture education, where researchers examine the Rosetta stone.History / Shutterstock / AOP
egyptian queen of the Neferti the beauty of the enchanting in Germany. He made busts can admire the Neues museum in Berlin (you move to another service). The restoration of the egyptians have been hoping for since the 1920s.
– Objects are valuable and they have a great national symbolic value. Therefore, they were to be back, Eero Ehanti said.Neferti bust, plaster copies were presented in berlin in October 2015.Bernd von Jutrczenka / EPA
Up to 90% of african cultural objects crew is believed to be in european museums and collections.
the pace of returns will give the French president Emmanuel Macron the end of last year. The so-called Macronin report decided to recommend the colonial period in Africa appropriated objects return to their original owners.in Paris the Musée du quai Branlyn is 70 000 objects from Africa. Christophe Petit Tesson / EPA
in Nigeria, the Benin City is famous for its valuable bronze sculptures. They are found in museums across Europe. The Nigerian state has been supporting the wishes of the object of restoring independence in 1960.
Now the British Museum has agreed to lend his collection of bronze objects from Nigeria. CNN's article on the subject. (you move to another service)Benin bronze objects found in museums across Europe. Image works is in the British Museum.VPC Travel Photo / Alamy / AOP
Also indigenous peoples in Australia and the united states are interested in the sacred for their articles, which are transported to museums in different parts of the world.
at the end of October the americans Illinois State Museum returned (you move to another service) the aborigines for Australia since the 1940s ended up with 42 items.Purchased, donated and the stolen treasure
When the Collection and conservation centre in Vantaa received visitors from Australia, presented to them by the national museum's collections once purchased boomerangs and sacred objects. They make a group of indigenous representatives of the great impact.
– the Objects were not their only objects, but much more, Eero Ehanti said.
He did not deny that Finland sometimes still can be request to get the objects back to Australia.the national museum collection I bought a boomerang has belonged to the australians aboriginaaleihin hear the Arrernte tribe to the. Antti Haanpää / Yle
Each treasure has its own story. They have ended up in museum collections by purchase, by trade, explorers and missionaries took.
the Part is acquired in a very questionable way, such as robbing.
– Objects, what is unjustly taken, or stolen, must of course first return, the national museum director general Elina Anttila said.
He stressed that the general objects are, however, have reached the museum in a completely legally.the national museum's director general Elina anttila's view, the most important thing is how objects can view, it's not who they are potentially owned.Antti Haanpää / Yle
the International museum council of ICOM (switch to another service) has given museums the instructions of the objects returns. Eero Ehanti is the council of the Finnish committee chairman.
– Returns are complicated things. Museum ethics, however, obliged to take them positively. At least they should not be directly refused.
Elina anttila, according to the national museum in requests to consider on a case by case basis.
Currently the museum is preparing a sámi object of the return to inari in the sámi museum Siida (go to another service). In the collection's 2600 objects.
There they are closer to the sámi, Anttila said.
the Unique Mesa Verde artefacts in the handing back to indigenous people in the united states reported at the beginning of October the president of Sauli Niinistö visits.
the Next year the missionaries here brought on by a piece of sacred stones goes home to Namibia.Colorado, Mesa Verde discovered tomb objects and human remains found in a Swedish geologist Gustaf Nordenskiöld in 1891. In finland they end up in the bequest of the season./All Over Press
What would have happened if the Australian indigenous people of the boomerang would not have ended up in european museum?
whether the many treasures at all survived if they had not been transported to the war issue recovered?
Eero Ehanti challenge also to ponder whether a mosaic preserved in air pollutants in Greece, as well as the British Museum under controlled conditions.
– most of the objects would not be preserved, unless the collectors and museums would have them maintained professionally, Elina Anttila answer.When the national museum's additional building was completed, more and more the object to get the warehouse people to see. Kiisa, i.e. the coffin belongs to the museum of sámi objects in the collection.Antti Haanpää / YleLopuksi resolved to cap mystery
Florence after the trip exploring the museum I took photos.
in the Same corner where the horn cap was, there is a pulk. I have photographed the attached a little sign that says that it is "on pulka drawn by". According to the text, it is S. sommier's collection from the year 1885.
Internet browse find out that the Italian botanist and an anthropologist called Stephen Sommier (1848-1922) made the trip to Lapland in 1885.
He wrote about his experiences of the work for a winter trip to Lapland (switch to another service). It Sommier tell poroajelusta to the fells on the sami people and their customs.
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