The Brussels-based Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea, Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, attended last week, accompanied by his wife, Perseveranda Mangue de Nvono-Ncá, the closure ceremony of the majestic ‘Inca Dress Code’ exhibition, organized by the Embassy of Peru in the Belgian capital.

For almost two months, and for the first time in Europe, the Royal Museum of Art and History of Brussels has exposed a large selection of pre-Columbian textiles, ornaments, accessories and jewelry. Nvono-Ncá, who maintains an excellent relationship with the Peruvian Ambassador, Alfonso Gutierrez Reinel, attended the closure ceremony of the exhibition, which featured a splendid fashion défilé and a cocktail for the guests.

Belgium | Culture | Latin America

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