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Museum of Technology Jul 16
For the next eight weeks, we have students Xinrui & Katie with us! They will be curating a temporary exhibition & learning what it's like to work at a small, independent . We can't wait to see what they choose to display!
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CIA Jul 16
CIA Artifact of the Week: Civil Air Transport Bottle In August 1950, the CIA secretly bought the assets of Civil Air Transport (CAT) airline for intelligence operations. This bottle held medicinal wine that was served on some flights.
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Auschwitz Memorial Jul 18
The is probably the first in the world for which an official flight restriction zone was established. It will make it possible to better protect the authentic site of the former camp as well as the visitors of the Memorial:
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Garden Aspects HQ 21h
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The Schroeter Diesel Technology Museum Jul 17
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Ryguythefry Jul 14
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Galloway Edson Jul 17
We are once again selling Route to the Rockies passes! The pass gives you admission to five participating museums, along with some coupons. $15/individual pass or $25/family pass (max five people)
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NeATURALRESOURCES Jul 14
"Get a load of these guys!" We had an A+ time at KB's fav Canadian today . Tune in next week to hear our thoughts on everything, including Leonardo Da Vinci, the new "500 Years of Genius" exhibit, and how we prioritize some scientists' legacies over others.
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Gaidunliu pr Jul 19
We had a really great experience at Transport museum,
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Tjardick 9h
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Gnosis Project Jul 17
Gnosis Project was on the ground at the National of ! Located in the old fort and commissioner's house at the Royal Naval Dockyard, explores 500 years of local history and culture w. exhibits that include ones on underwater and slavery.
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mori_foto_monochrome(森侑樹) Jul 14
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Chelmsford Museum Jul 17
We're looking forward to reopening our this Saturday 20 July! You'll be able to hear, see, smell and touch history as you immerse yourself in 's past.
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Kirsten Richardson Jul 19
Went to Kelvingrove with this total sweetie.
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🌬 shaelyn amaio Jul 18
Hello friends! Are you a historian working with LGBTQ history? Do you like historic house museums? Have a project brewing, looking for partners.
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Melissa Chimera Jul 12
The is splendid as always for both and old favorites I come back to year after year. I ❤️ this !
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Indiana Bones ☠️ Archaeology Dog Jul 19
Another from today in the - an absolute honour to come into the (with & ) to offer some “paws for thought” 🐕🐾
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Ashley Davidson-Fisher Jul 19
At the in checking out the These are replicas of originals found during an archeological dig near by. The originals date from around 700AD.
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Annie Brassey Jul 19
F85 Two cockle shells, Cardita senilis from the Coralline Crag, near Castle, . No.53 in my 1878 Normanhurst Court catalogue. From Edward Charlesworth F.G.S. (1813-1893).
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GardeninNorway Jul 18
Some garden art today from - Artist: Petroc Sesti - Our Energy, Our Matter, Our Space, Our Time; 2006.
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