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The Embassy of Spain and the National Museum of the Philippines recently unveiled “The Longest Journey: The First Journey Around the World” exhibit, now on display at the National Museum of Fine Arts. At the opening were: (from left) Archbishop Charles John Brown III; National Museum director Jeremy Robert M. Barns; Luli Arroyo-Bernas, chair of the board of trustees, National Museum; Spain Ambassador Jorge Moragas Sanchez; and Dr. Andrew L. Tan, chair of Alliance Global Group. The exhibit chronicles important milestones of the first circumnavigation of the world by Ferdinand Magellan and Sebastian Elcano.
The Embassy of Spain and the National Museum of the Philippines recently unveiled “The Longest Journey: The First Journey Around the World” exhibit, now on display at the National Museum of Fine Arts. At the opening were: (from left) Archbishop Charles John Brown III; National Museum director Jeremy Robert M. Barns; Luli Arroyo-Bernas, chair of the board of trustees, National Museum; Spain Ambassador Jorge Moragas Sanchez; and Dr. Andrew L. Tan, chair of Alliance Global Group. The exhibit chronicles important milestones of the first circumnavigation of the world by Ferdinand Magellan and Sebastian Elcano.

Exhibit Opening

Exhibit opening

The Embassy of Spain and the National Museum of the Philippines recently unveiled “The Longest Journey: The First Journey Around the World” exhibit, now on display at the National Museum of Fine Arts. At the opening were: (from left) Archbishop Charles John Brown III; National Museum director Jeremy Robert M. Barns; Luli Arroyo-Bernas, chair of the board of trustees, National Museum; Spain Ambassador Jorge Moragas Sanchez; and Dr. Andrew L. Tan, chair of Alliance Global Group. The exhibit chronicles important milestones of the first circumnavigation of the world by Ferdinand Magellan and Sebastian Elcano.