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The Parnelli Museum of Art was an art museum built in Theed, the capital city of Naboo[1] by the time of the Battle of Naboo in the year 32 BBY.[2] The respected museum was located a stone's throw away from the Theed Royal Palace and was built with funds from the ancient noble house of Parnelli, for whom the structure was named. The museum focused on Naboo artists and was dedicated to displaying and promoting contemporary art styles.[3]

It was a circular building with beige walls and a green roof held up by pillars lining the edge of the museum, matching the architectural style of many of the city's other structures. It was located on a street that ran parallel to the Palace Plaza, close to the Triumphal Arch.[1]

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The Parnelli Museum of Art was first mentioned in the new Star Wars canon in Nexus of Power, a 2016 supplement to Fantasy Flight Games' Star Wars: Force and Destiny.[1] The building originated from the Star Wars Legends reference book Inside the Worlds of Star Wars: Episode I, which was written by Kristin Lund and released in 2000.[4]

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