A variety of diplomatic gifts received by MPs and functionaries will be exhibited in a Parliament’s Museum created last year. The Museum will also sell souvenirs to promote the legislature’s work and image.
Parliament’s PR division said the Museum’s souvenir shop will offer for sale various objects featuring the legislature’s insignia, including magnets, mugs, decorative plates, pens, wallets and the like.
The Museum was inaugurated on 23 May 2017 to mark Parliament’s anniversary. Other exhibits include historic documents, photographs and diplomatic gifts received by MPs over the years, such as books, paintings, coins or autographed balls.
The Museum is located at the ground floor of Parliament building. Access is free after prior registration.