【中文】新北市立黃金博物館
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新北市立黃金博物館位於新北市瑞芳區金瓜石的山城裡,擁有豐富的歷史人文與自然資產。本館形象識別的主視覺設計將茶壺山飄邈的意境以寫意的水墨渲染來表現,展現自然休憩的特性,旋轉律動的書法字「G」,具有兩層意義;一為「Gold」,Gold Museum; 二為「Green」,代表本館整合人文資源,發展成為有生命的博物館,生生不息的傳承下去。
新北市立黃金博物館為國內第一座以生態博物館為理念的博物館,旨在結合社區力量,將金瓜石地區珍貴的自然、礦業遺址、景觀特色、歷史記憶及人文資產做一完整的保存,並企圖賦予新的生命。創館宗旨及主要經營方向為:
1. 保存與再現礦業歷史與人文特色。
2. 成為環境教育的自然場域,推廣生態旅遊。
3. 推展黃金藝術及金屬工藝,建立創意產業。
4. 社區生態博物館。

黃金博物館簡介: https://youtu.be/ty5Gc4MOsRk

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