Hello, dear friend @xandra79. First and foremost, my sincere congratulations to the people of Barquisimeto for the collective interest in resurrecting your beloved cultural museum. I believe it's high time your neighborhood would, once again, fully enjoy the rich historical, artistic, and cultural wealth your esteemed location is blessed with. I'm sorry to hear about the museum's deterioration after its initial revival in 2012. As both of us belong to the related fields of architecture and civil engineering, we can simply understand the reasons behind its rapid decay and inevitable downfall.
Heritage buildings are special breeds of spatial environments, different from the typical types of architecture we have today. And they absolutely require professional specialists with knowledge, training, and experience when dealing with their proper restoration. Since this is a time-consuming, meticulous, and expensive endeavor, careful implementation of this type of work is a must. We wouldn't want the same painful mistake to happen again to this project like some years ago, would we?
During your personal observations on the site, what do you consider the most challenging aspect of the museum's restoration works?