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W.S.Cranmore May 29
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Kings Landing May 19
Every summer, kids in the Visiting Cousins and Family Kin summer camps get to live like 19th-century children by helping with chores, attending a one-room school house, learning a trade, feeding the pigs, and making friendships that last a lifetime!
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Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology May 19
Dr. Elizabeth (Betsy) Nicholls (1946-2004) was an internationally-respected vertebrate palaeontologist, specializing in ancient marine reptiles.
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Brittany S. Holmes May 19
So thankful to be a part of . I love the collaboration + admiration for the arts. Most importantly, I love uplifting the stories of . The arts are still highly discriminatory + we work to change that. Meet , the first video I made this year.
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MuseumWeek May 19
2019 is ending. From all of us at 2019, THANK YOU! ✨ We look forward to this week every year, and this year was a success because of you! We build global connections. 🌎🌍🌏 Meet our team that makes this possible.
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ArcticMuseum May 19
We couldn’t resist! Who wouldn’t want to be with these pups?
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Glenbow May 19
Art is better with friends.
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Ashmolean Museum May 19
Two more prints from Ogata Gekko's 1891 series 'Comparison of the Customs of Beauties' depict friends playing a game together and a pair of friends dressing in kimono
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MuseumWeek Jun 17
🌟 This tribute by taken from the is just superb!
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MuseumWeek May 19
This woman defied boundaries and preserviered to become a internationally known sculptor. Meet Edmonia Lewis, one of the many incredible, in culture. ✊
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Ashmolean Museum May 19
This painting by Thomas de Critz shows John Tradescant the Younger with a man called Roger Friend and an impressive (if not precariously stacked) collection of exotic shells. See it on display in Gallery 2
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Bergen-Belsen Memorial May 19
Konstantin Kudryavtsev and Nicolai Belyaev were soviet Prisoners of War in Bergen-Belsen. During their imprisonment they were closest friends and members of the secret Hanover Committee which organised resistance in the Military District XI.
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Schuyler Mansion May 19
For today's theme, , we highlight these portraits of Cornelia Schuyler Morton, Washington Morton, Philip Jeremiah Schuyler, and Mary Ann Sawyer Schuyler, all painted by Thomas Sully in 1807. The couples gifted each other sessions with the artist.
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Lisa Stewart May 20
Recently discovered the Museum of Edinburgh while exploring the Canongate area
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Norwich Castle May 19
A Castle is only as strong as its people, and we’re lucky to have a committed and talented bunch of people - who are pretty friendly to boot. Plus how many other workplaces have meetings in full medieval dress?
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Museum of Fine Arts May 19
It’s spring… the perfect time for a picnic with friends! 🎨: “A Pic Nick in the Woods of New England” (about 1855, Jerome B. Thompson)
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MuseumWeek May 19
We are ready to share some first stats about the whole provided by !
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Philbrook Museum of Art May 19
Today's theme is ; why not come to the Museum and make a few new furry friends?
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Antenna International 🎧 May 19
What a ! Thanks to everyone who has interacted with us or made us think over the last week - see you next year!
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Iran Style May 28
Museum, a national heritage of , was designed by a architect as a fusion of the ancient & European , and built in 1928, . Image via . 🕊
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