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their wares out of storage. You can have your art museum in your pocket. I can have 200 metres just in my laptop. That could be sharing a collection internationally, a trip to a virtual art gallery for those who are housebound, or.
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The post room museum is scheduled to open in July. I'm afraid that's all the time we have for this week. But join us next week when: I head to Istanbul to take in the sights and sounds of a city that combines two continents and thousands.
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Look at that. That is amazing. So what is this room for? This is traditionally the heart of the network. This is where all the locomotives would have been worked on and this will be the centre of the post room museum experience. Sorry to point out the obvious, but what is this thing?.
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lots of different jobs going on. It was a noisy environment with trains coming in and out. Lifts coming up and down and people pushing mail containers around, it was quite a lively environment. And very soon paying customers will be able to see this for themselves. In the next few weeks, a brand new postal museum will hope here at Mount Pleasant in central London. They're actually moving all their archives to a purpose.
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follow the green line, it's kind of for children to discover the city with their parents. At the end of June, the Museum of Fine Arts reopens after a six-year closure. It's been redeveloped and expanded and will become one of the region's largest galleries. Treasures include works by Picasso, Kandinsky and Max Ernst. If you want a glimpse of some of the region's most important chateaux, head a couple of hours.
Washington Free Beacon
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Coulanges thought that humanity turned away from nomadic life primarily for religion, and the archetypal piece of urban architecture would be a tomb. On the whole, modern archaeology has tended to provide support for Coulanges. Something religious always appears when we dig up the ruins of ancient cities, and memorializing the dead always proves to have occupied a major place in the early stages of urban life. Cities are founded on the fact that we die, and it’s bones, all the way down. Those bones are a treasure trove for archaeologists—as evidenced by Brenna Hassett's new book, Built on Bones: 15,000 Years of Urban Life and Death . A specialist in dental and osteopathic forensics based at the Natural History Museum in London, Hassett lays out the available bio-archaeological evidence about the dwellers in early cities. She sneers at the false sentimentality of those who praise the nomadic life and urge on us a paleo-diet that hunters and gatherers might have eaten.
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edition of the FA Cup is now in a football Museum in Manchester. There's a plinth at the bottom of the stage with all the names on. We will be back with Mike a little later on. But what's the weather going to be like, Darren has got the details for us. The guys are lucky to be sitting on.
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long look at that with Pat Nevin. It's a perfect FA Cup final afternoon. We will have Pat Nevin here on the safe with us. The first edition of the FA Cup is now in a football Museum.
Oxford Mail
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A RICH tapestry of art, family history and personal reflections will bring the Museum of Oxford to life in a display about the city's people – and how they got here.
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We were talking about what happens to the old trophies. This one was made in 2014. Apparently the first trophy, Naga, is at a football Museum. But not here. It is at a football Museum in Manchester. Don't forget, all the FA Cup coverage today begins with Football Focus, and Dan Walker will be here at 12 o'clock,.
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coming from the museum, OK? But it was driven by Dan Gurney, for example. And, to be sitting in the car that Gurney drove in 1962, winning the French Grand Prix, it's very special
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to 5:30pm and the kick-off. Mike, I don't know if you know the answer now, but who has those two old cups? Actually, I think they are in the Wembley Museum, or the Wembley cabinets. Because of course it was 2013, the last time it was replaced, when Wigan won it
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So the archivers have some rich pickings to choose from as they assemble the new exhibition. The post room museum is scheduled to open in July. I'm afraid that's all the time we have for this week. But join us next week when: I head to Istanbul to take in the sights.
BBC News 24
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Look at that. That is amazing. So what is this room for? This is traditionally the heart of the network. This is where all the locomotives would have been worked on and this will be the centre of the post room museum experience
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this for themselves. In the next few weeks, a brand new postal museum will hope here at Mount Pleasant in central London. They're actually moving all their archives to a purpose built centre just over the road and the highlights will be put on display. Oh, wow
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to discover the city with their parents. At the end of June the Museum of Fine Arts reopens after a six-year closure. It's been redeveloped and expanded and will become one of the region's largest galleries. Treasures include works by Picasso, Kandinsky and Max Ernst
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force Michelle. This film is a satire centred on an art museum in Stockholm were serious points to make
Ruptly TV
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Portraits and items owned by Russian Tsar Peter the Great were on display at the Versailles Museum at the Palace of Versailles on Friday, as part of an exhibition to commemorate the tercentenary of the Russian leader's visit to France in 1717. Russian President Vladimir Putin is said to be attending the official opening on Monday May 30. The exhibition will run till Sept 24, 2017. SOT, Gwenola Firmin, Versailles Museum curator, SOT (French): "This exhibition commemorates the 300th anniversary of Tsar Peter I's visit to France, when he visited from April 21st till the end of June 1717. So this is the occasion to talk about this Tsar and his stay in France." SOT, Gwenola Firmin, Versailles Museum curator, SOT (French): "Peter I came to France to be recognised as a great power. It is a question of being part of the concert of the great powers of the time, since he was a conquering tsar, the one who pushed the borders of his country, who opened it to different seas by his conquests.
ABC News - United States
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A small Civil War museum in Georgia has closed its doors and boxed up its artifacts
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Her memory was all but expunged by her widower's second wife, but Josephine Bowes' museum legacy lives on.
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And that, in his own words, is Martyn Hett's way of telling the world about himself. My flat is pretty much a Coronation Street museum. Yet there is much more to say about the 29-year-old than those few. And now it's his mother who must speak for and of her son
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A small Civil War museum in Georgia has closed its doors and boxed up its artifacts