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... pic 2). Every room has marble archways and different colors depending on the theme of the room.
The place is wall to wall paintings but it doesn’t feel overwhelming. I won’t overload you with pictures but it’s always neat to see paintings that I’ve seen in books and find out that they are gigantic (pic 3). That one also has a neat optical allusion with the skull. Other works, like those of Rembrandt blow me away with ...
... and a
modem building which incorporated the doorways, windows,
ceilings and other building
parts Burrell collected was finally built. This, as were all the museums we visited in
Glasgow, was free of admission charge--and one could peruse museums for a week
Glasgow. It does not have the archaic charm of Edinburgh, but it definitely has
... S Belfast and the Tower Bridge Exhibition. The Belfast is a war ship that is docked in the Thames andd has been since 1971. I ran into a geezer in one of the countless tiny rooms who works there. He strated talking about the American Civil War and did an i,pression of Churchill. Then he got boring and I left.
The Tower Bridge "Exhibition" means you can go inside the bridge via "lift" and ...
... I mean. You would think the sculptor would put a perfect nail on the guy's foot...but no. Funny to me.
Christopher's favorite is the Assyrian Human Headed Winged Lions. These two 12 foot tall gates are from the 8th century BC and contain the earliest credited form of writing ever discovered, Cuneiform. This written language was first recorded 5,000 years ago by the Summerians in what is now Southern Iraq.
Nate's favorite ...
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