A collection of rare and valuable artifacts has become a major tourist attraction in Brazil after a local man decided to donate his collection to the museum, and it has now become a museum of his own.
The Selena museum opened in 2009 and was opened in February.
It is the world’s only museum devoted to the history of the art and culture of the late 19th century.
Selena, who is also a popular singer, made the decision to donate the collection to be donated to the new museum.
The collection includes paintings by Vasa, a Brazilian painter and a major influence on Brazilian painting.
The Selena collection is in the Museo de Artes de São Paulo (MASS) and is the most extensive collection of its kind.
The museum is housed in the state of Rio Grande do Sul, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Its owner, a man named Antonio Alves, is known as a philanthropist who has raised money for other causes.
According to the Brazilian press, he has given away $20 million to the Museos de Sécuridad, the state government and other organizations.
Alves, however, has faced criticism from the public and other Brazilians who have called for him to be arrested and prosecuted for the loss of the collection.
He has been banned from donating to the Selenas museum.
“It is a pity that the museum was damaged because I wanted to make a museum for my family,” said Alves.
“I am not the person who gave the museum its name.
I have given the museum to the state.”
The Selenabart museum has already received an outpouring of support from Brazilians online, and people have donated to help cover the costs of the museum’s renovation.
The cost of the new renovation is estimated to be around $40 million, according to the local news agency Abril.
The renovations have been approved by the state authorities.
“I am thankful to all the people who are donating to our new museum, it will help us to be better able to carry out our mission,” said the museum director, Fernando Ribeiro.