Various museums around the world.|
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|The great greenlandic/danish polar explorer Knud Rasmussen was born here on june 7th. 1879. Today it houses Ilulissat Museum with the history of Knud Rasmussen and the arctic world of Greenland.|
|The Fender Museum of the Arts Foundation is a 501 C3 not for profit public benefit corporation that was founded in July of 1997. On July 6, 1998 the Foundation opened the Fender Museum of Music and the Arts, a small preview and education center located at 365 N. Main Street in Corona, California. That day it began providing free lessons in piano, guitar and drums to children ranging in ages fro...||02/12/2009||339|
|The National Historical Museum (Национален исторически музей, Natsionalen istoricheski muzey) in Sofia is Bulgaria's largest museum. It was founded on 5 May 1973 and its first representative exposition was opened in 1984 to commemorate 1300 ...||01/15/2009||216|
|The Rousse Regional Historical Museum is one of the 11 regional museums of Bulgaria. It acts within the Rousse, Razgrad, and Silistra regions. The museum occuipies the building of the former Battenberg Palace, previously a local court, built 1879–1882 by Friedrich Grünanger.|
The Rousse Regional Historical Museum was established in 1904. Its basis are the archeological collections...
|The National Transport Museum (Bulgarian: Национален музей на транспорта; Natsionalen Muzey na Transporta) in Ruse, Bulgaria, is situated on the bank of the Danube, in the country's first railway station, built in 1866.|
|Museum of British Motor Industry|
Previously owned by Rover/BMW, now in the hands of the Ford Motor Company.
More than 150 vehicles on display, many from the heyday of the british motor industry. Special events and a comprehensive film & picture library also feature.
|This is the "Klaus Stoertebeker Tower" in Marienhafe.|
Klaus Stoertebeker found refuge in this church (St. Marienkirche) from 1396 to 1401, the year he was captured and executed.
"Klaus Störtebeker (c. 1360 – 20 October 1401) was a leader and the best known representative of a companionship of privateers known as the Victual Brothers ("Vitalienbrüder&quo...
|Madam Tussauds in Berlin opened July the 5th|
The first day it opened, a visitor ripped off the head of Adolf Hitler, so it had to be removed.
|This is an open-air farmhouse-museum in Erding|
They rebuilt some farmhouses from the 18th and 19th centurty to show up how life was like in this time
|In the small village Reuenthal, near the German Boarder, is a WW2-Fort of the Swiss-Army. In use from 1939 to 1988, now a museaum. |
|The Museum is a private institution, founded in 1911 in Copenhagen, where the collection was only occasionally on exhibit. In 1966 the museum moved to Elsinore and opened its first building and in 1969 the second at Nordre Strandvej, Elsinore. |
From september 2002 the entire museum has relocated to 25, Fabriksvej in the southern part of Elsinore.
The museum has been extend...
|A modern and living museum (7600 m²) with 50 Danish and foreign aircraft from 1911-2000, including gliders, vintage aircraft, jet fighters and helicopters.|
The collection exhibits the 11 KZ-type aircraft, built in Denmark 1937-1956, for example the old KZ-IV ambulance aircraft. Eight of the aircraft on show are the only remaining specimen in the world. 16 aircraft are airworthy.<...
|The Danish Tramway Museum is a museum placed in Jystrup, Denmark, between Ringsted and Hvalsø. It is close to the estate Skjoldenæsholm and it often referred to as The Tramway Museum of Skjoldenæsholm.|
The museum opened on May 26, 1978 and is today driven by Sporvejshistorisk Selskab. The exhibition contains numerous busses, trams, locomotives, and other materials concerning publ...
|Deep down, in the cool, narrow passageways, there is a very special atmosphere and in certain places you might have to crouch down with a candle to find the way. It was here that Jens Longknife sought refuge.|
The underground limestone mines date back to the 10th century.
On a journey underground, you can see a geological exhibition with fossils and corals from 60 million y...
|When the Danes became Christians more than 1000 years ago, a new extra source of income was created, "Limestonework and limeburning". With the new religion churches followed which were built of stone. The stone was held together using burnt limestone slaked to mortar, a new building material in Denmark at that time.|
Under Mønsted a limestone mountain was found. The lime...
|This is the museum of the danish artist Bertel Torvaldsen (1770-1844). Denmarks most famous artist ever.|
Maybe not as known as he should be in the US, but for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons) he is known.
He made the Statue of the resurrected Christ they have at Temple Square and at their homepage.
This statue is origin in the cathed...
|Address: 2-4-1 Ariake, Koto-ku, Tokyo|
Business Hours: 9:30am-5:00pm; Closed Mon
Admission Price: Free
|The Gas Science Center is a facility for enjoyable learning about energy from the standpoints of both science and everyday life.|
|Brandts offers the biggest collection of exhibitions in one location in Denmark. Every year there are 25 changing exhibitons of Danish and international art, photographic art and media history. |
In 2004/2005 Brandts was extended with a new wing and an entrance facility.
Brandts is set in an exciting area with museums, restaurants, cafés and a number of speciality ...
|Carl Nielsen lived in this thatched cottage at Norre Lyndelse south of Odense as a child for a couple of years before his confirmation in 1879. |
The house, approximately 15 km south of Odense near the Odense to Faaborg road, where the villages of Nr. Lyndelse and Nr. Søby meet, was Carl Nielsen's third and last childhood home. It became a museum in 1956.
Today the ...
|The iron Age Village is a collection of reconstructed houses built on the basis of archaeological discoveries from Jutland and Fyn dating from around 200 B.C. to 400 A.D.|
The village is a historical workshop giving an opportunity to link theory and practice together to see how the people of the Iron Age probably lived. The Iron Age houses are set up as active workshops for old ha...
|Experiencing and understanding both natural and technical matters is the motto of PHÄNOMENTA, the only science centre in Schleswig-Holstein. Children, teenagers and adults are all invited to explore more than 150 interesting, fascinating phenomena.|
Different themes, such as "Communication", "Seeing" and "Movement" are located around the historical No...
|Experience how forms of communication have developed from the days of Christian IV to today’s Internet and mobile telephones. The exhibitions take you on a thrilling journey through time, dipping into the most important and exciting episodes in the history of communications in Denmark. An audio section, where you can listen to living personal stories from the past, has lately expanded the exh...||03/16/2008||294|
|This museum shows the work of the danish resistance movements during the german occupation from april 9. 1940 until may 5. 1945.|
The museum is a part of the danish National Museum.
Outside at the entrance you can see a home made armoured vehicle used by the danish resistance.
|Circus fans will thrill to the more than 200 historic, marvelously restored circus wagons, as well as live performances under the big top in season. Located at the site of the original Ringling Bros. Circus Winter Quarters, Circus World is a National Historic landmark located in Baraboo, Wisconsin.|