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Visit Antalya Museum to see Turkey’s Ancient Treasures – Couples Travel Article

Visit Antalya Museum to see Turkey’s Ancient Treasures If you are interested in archaeology, or the many layers of history in Turkey, a visit to the museum in Antalya is a must! There is no doubt that the Antalya Museum is one of the best archaeological museums in the country.The museum’s spectacular collection of artefacts is well sorted and really beautifully displayed. I don’t think we have ever seen such an impressive collection of ancient marble statues, all stunningly lit…

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Visiting Tokyo’s Snoopy Museum and Peanuts Cafe – Tokyo Travel Article

Visiting Tokyo’s Snoopy Museum and Peanuts Cafe Charles M. Schulz’s Peanuts is a comic strip loved the world over. The stories of good ol’ Charlie Brown and his friends bridge the entertainment gap between children and adults through timeless art, heartfelt narratives, and deep philosophical and sociological overtones—not to mention a really cool dog named Snoopy. In Japan, the Peanuts gang is just as popular, but Chuck’s mischievous beagle is king.In 2016, the world’s very first Snoopy Museum opened in…

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Best Museums in Stockholm – Slow Travel Stockholm – Scandinavian Travel Article

Best Museums in Stockholm – Slow Travel Stockholm Alex Dudley shares some of the best museums in Stockholm worth visiting. There is history wherever you look in Stockholm, and the city has an array of museums scattered around its islands, with each establishment offering something different.  You can choose to see the best preserved warship from the 17th century or explore the first open air museum in the country. From contemporary art to travelling back through time, there is a…

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Top 8 Museums and Historical Sights in Berlin that You Should Not Miss – Singapore Travel Blog – Couples Travel Article

Top 8 Museums and Historical Sights in Berlin that You Should Not Miss – Singapore Travel Blog 14 August, 2018 Berlin has been through quite a bit of history from the devastation of the Second World War to almost 40 years of divided East and West Berlin by the construction of the Berlin Wall during the Cold War. Although it has been about 30 years since the collapse of the German Democratic Republic (East Germany, Deutsche Demokratische Republik, or…

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Stadsmuseet- Stockholm City Museum – Sweden Travel Article

Stadsmuseet- Stockholm City Museum Stockholm City MuseumPhoto by Mattias Ek/Stadsmuseet There are almost 90 museums and attractions in Stockholm, giving the city one of the highest museums per capita ratios in the world. I have been to many of them, but there are a few I haven’t visited yet. Embarrassingly enough, the Stockholm City Museum (Stadsmuseet) is one of them. It is embarrassing because the museum is literally three blocks away from my workplace Hotel Rival. In my defense, they…

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Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) New York City – USA Travel Article

Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) New York City The Museum of Modern Art houses a variety of contemporary artworks ranging from architecture and design to photography, paintings, and sculptures. Designed by Yoshio Taniguchi, the Museum of Modern Art reopened after renovations on November 20, 2004. Coinciding with MoMA’s seventy-fifth anniversary, the museum opened its redesigned space for exhibitions, education, and scholarly research. ContentsDue to expansion plans, MoMA closed again this summer from June 15th through October 21st, 2019. The $450 million…

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The Old Town of Caceres: a UNESCO Site Under the Radar – Couples Travel Article

The Old Town of Caceres: a UNESCO Site Under the Radar The fortified old town of Cáceres in Spain is a true gem, still undiscovered by most tourists. The integrity of its historic buildings is UNESCO protected. [Our image shows a close-up of the wooden model of the fortified city, on display in the tourist information office] Well, Cáceres is not completely under the radar anymore… Since the town was a setting in the popular “Game of Thrones” series, more…

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