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Originally established as the Madaba Mosaic School in 1992, converted into the MIMAR in 2007. A regional center of excellence for preserving mosaics, and providing skilled and professional graduates for employment in the restoration and production of mosaic art and stone presentation. The Institute offers the only diploma program specialized in scientific methods of restoration and conservation, as well as the artistic aspects of mosaic art and development in the region.
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Eastern section: Exhibition of mosaics, Hippolytus Hall, Virgin Mary Church, Crypt of St. Elianus, Roman Street, the Madaba Institute for Mosaic Art and Restoration.