Months after the city's tragic explosion, a team of curators are carefully rebuilding one of the city's most important museums.

On 4 August 2020, a devastating explosion at Beirut's port tore through the centre of the Lebanese capital, killing more than 200 people and injuring thousands. The blast was so powerful that more than 1km away at the city's famed Sursock Museum, it shattered the stained-glass windows, blew out the doors and threw Zeina Arida and her colleagues into a staircase.

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