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Fiure of a Bodhisattva, Tang dynasty, China, 8th century

Fiure of a Bodhisattva, Tang dynasty, China, century

Natural History Museum ~ London, England- my children loved it and didn't want to leave

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Natural History Museum, London, England photo via alien ---Beatrix used to visit here to sketch some of the displays.

15 Must-See Buildings With Unique Perforated Architectural Façades (Skins)_ 10 San Telmo Museum 3

San Telmo Museum in san sebastian , Spain, Architects: Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos, Project Year: Photographs: Stefan Tuchila, Façade: semi-plant wall covering the building with perforated steel sheets.

Have to check out the British Museum and see all the great art and history..:)

Have to check out the British Museum and see all the great art and history.:) The British Museum- London- UK- Dedicated to human history and culture. 8 million works (from all continents). The museum first opened in ♥ by 2014

Gallery - Van Gogh Museum / Hans van Heeswijk Architects - 1

Gallery of Van Gogh Museum's New Entrance / Hans van Heeswijk Architects - 1

Gallery of Megalithic Museum / CVDB arquitectos + Tiago Filipe Santos - 2

Gallery of Megalithic Museum / CVDB arquitectos + Tiago Filipe Santos + P-06 Atelier - 2

The Megalithic Museum is located at Mora’s urban centre, close to a future public park. The town and region, are well known for its archaeological findings. The museum intendeds to be a local and national reference and an important asset to the cultural r

Sir John Soane’s Museum, one of the many stunning house museums in London. Check out some of the other stunning house museums London has to offer at TheCultureTrip.com. Click the image to view the full list! http://www.soane.org/your_visit

London's Must-Visit House Museums

Soane Museum, London, John Soane, One of the most amazing museums I have ever seen.

Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture :: " symbolized by the memorial space – the “oculus” – that brings light diffused by a cascade of water into the contemplative space from the Monument grounds." "An oculus, circular window, or "rain-hole" (Latin: compluvium) is a feature of Classical architecture since the 16th century."

Gallery of Update: Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture - 4

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