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New Titanic Exhibit has Czech Connection

A new exhibit opening at Prague’s PVA Expo in Letňany next month invites visitors aboard a simulation of the ill-fated luxury liner that sank into...

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The Discovery KING TUT, New York

THE DISCOVERY OF KING TUT offers you a once-in-a-lifetime insight into the archaeology of ancient Egypt. Go on a journey of exploration to experience...

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Art of the Brick, Zurich

1 million bricks / 100 objects / artwork covering 16,000 sq ft “Dreams are built… one brick at a time!” Nathan Sawaya. Welcome to...

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The Cave paintings of Lascaux

SCENES FROM THE STONE AGE: THE CAVE PAINTINGS OF LASCAUX A major exhibition dedicated to the masterpieces of Lascaux will be held this autumn...

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The Terracotta Army And The First Emperor of China; The Exhibition

The Terracotta Army And The First Emperor of China; The Exhibition, is an extraordinary voyage in Ancient China of 2,200 years ago. It is,...

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Audioguides vs tablets / smartphones

Audioguides vs tablets / smartphones At RSF we believe that the audioguide should enhance a visit, but it should not be the main attraction...

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The Art of the Brick, Paris Expo

1 million de briques / 100 objets / 1500 m2 de création “Les rêves se construisent…brique après brique!” Nathan Sawaya Bienvenue dans l’incroyable art...

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Chagall, Royal Museums of Fine Arts, Belgium

Over 200 works of Marc Chagall have been gathered worldwide for this major retrospective exhibition. From early paintings of 1908 to his final, monumental...

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Monet at Städel Museum

The exhibition “Monet and the Birth of Impressionism” is devoted to the emergence and early development of Impressionism. The chief focus is on Claude...

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