Museums

We Visit Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum – London

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It was a beautiful sunny day when my uncle and I decided to visit Madame Tussaud’s Museum in London.  The museum is named after Lady Marie Tussaud’s, who was born in France in 1761. She created her first wax sculpture in 1777 and by 1835, Marie had settled down on Baker Street in London where she opened her first museum. Over the years, the Madame Tussauds Wax Museum has become one of London’s and the world’s great tourist attractions.

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The first underground vegetable garden in the world was born in the basement of Naples

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The first underground vegetable garden in the world was born in the basement of Naples, 35 meters deep, but comes the first pizza geothermal, is the idea of Vincenzo Albertini President of underground Naples.

The project of the Gardens of Naples Underground Hypogeum is attracting the scientific interest of national and international organizations. The growing interest in the search for forms of extra-planetary life and the opportunity to give substance to human settlements outside the planet Earth, prompted NASA (National ...

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The Great War, Italy recalls 100 years of the entry into the conflict

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La Grande Guerra, l'Italia ricorda i 100 anni dall'entrata nel conflitto
On 24 May 1915, Italy was officially a part of the First World War, after the declaration of war on Austria-Hungary, dated 23 May 1915, the strong conclusion of an alliance with the Triple Entente.
It’s been exactly one hundred years by what is in effect ...

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Bhoga Nandeeshwara – a 1000 year old temple in India

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Although I have stayed in the city of Bangalore in India for quite some time now, only recently I got a chance to visit one of the oldest temples in the state of Karnataka – the Bhoga Nandeeshwara Temple. The temple is about 37 miles from Bangalore and is located in Nandi village near Nandi Hills.

The temple was originally constructed during the 9th century AD by Bana Queen Ratnavali and to my surprise, it still carries the same Dravidian ...

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Ringo Starr Rocked MonaoOceanographic Museum

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RINGO STARR INAUGURATES ARTERNATIVELIGHT (3)

On Tuesday, September 24 the Oceanographic Museum in Monaco had a private viewing of the third edition of ARTERNATIVELIGHT exhibition entitled Passion/ Ocean, and the special guest was no other than iconic British pop artist Ringo Starr, ex drummer of the legendary group The Beatles. Ringo, who was looking his best in his typical slim black suit and skull t-shirt, came accompanied by his wife of 33 years Barbara Bach, American actress and ...

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