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7 Essential Museums to See and Experience at Least Once

7 Essential Museums to See and Experience at Least Once

There is something inherent in memories that make them so important to all of us – as people from different races, creeds, and backgrounds. They are repositories of all we hold good in our society – and because they hold certain truths that are important to our ancestral history, regardless of whether they are seen or interpreted as negative or positive in the zeitgeist that we currently exist in. They are, in fact, a part of our ancestral DNA, a…

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5 Food Museums to Visit in Europe

5 Food Museums to Visit in Europe

These days we might be more inclined to prepare food items ourselves, but for true food connoisseurs that prefer to do things the traditional way, you may find a walk through Europe’s colorful food past an enjoyable diversion. There are actually many different museums all across Europe dedicated to the love of food in all its different forms. Many countries have a strong historical link with a particular food or food industry, and they embrace that readily. Here are 5…

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The Social Web and European Museums

The Social Web and European Museums

Memory institutions such as libraries and museums have been struggling for relevance in recent years, and that has a lot to do with the rise of the information age. This is true both in Europe and pretty much the entire world. The larger institutions such as the British Museum or the Louvre in Paris aren’t the only institutions that have had to change with the times – smaller institutions like The Museum of Technology in Spalding, England have embraced social…

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Three Interesting European Water Museums

Three Interesting European Water Museums

When you consider that our world is more than 70 percent water it’s surprising how little our history of water is the focus of what we preserve in our museums. However, it’s likely that the scarcity of clean drinking water in the coming decades will shift this focus and create a greater discussion around the specific quality of the world’s drinking water and how filtration systems can help. On websites like Soft Water Filtration and Paragon Water you can find…

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