Fantastic Museum Finds!

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Imperial War Museum, London, EnglandImperial War MuseumLondon, EnglandPiece of the Berlin Wall on display outside the Imperial War Museum. #lifeatexpediaPetrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, London, EnglandPetrie Museum of Egyptian ArchaeologyLondon, EnglandThe Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology in London is part of University College London Museums & Collections. The museum contains over 80,000...James Smith & Sons, London, EnglandJames Smith & SonsLondon, EnglandA bespoke umbrella shop.The British Museum, London, EnglandThe British MuseumLondon, EnglandCouldn't help but sneak one photo at the Pompeii exhibitThe British Museum, London, EnglandThe British MuseumLondon, EnglandInteresting piece at the British Museum.The British Museum, London, EnglandThe British MuseumLondon, EnglandThe First Technology Handaxe, About 1 million years old, from Madras, India. Stolen by the British :-)The British Museum, London, EnglandThe British MuseumLondon, EnglandEgyptian tomb mummies... not to get too technical about itThe British Museum, London, EnglandThe British MuseumLondon, EnglandMexican gallery. Turquoise mosaic mask. The tiny pieces used make this impressive.The British Museum, London, EnglandThe British MuseumLondon, EnglandThe British Museum , London, England #patterns #Britishmuseum #London #englandThe Roman Baths, Bath, EnglandThe Roman BathsBath, EnglandThe King's Bath encloses the spot where the sacred mineral spring rises to the surface. The pool captures 114°F (46°C) water as it bubbles up at...The Roman Baths, Bath, EnglandThe Roman BathsBath, EnglandRoman era outflow channel for the Sacred Spring. By reactivating this channel, the water level in the King's Pool was reset to match the Roman years.The Roman Baths, Bath, EnglandThe Roman BathsBath, EnglandThe Great Bath and ground floor are original Roman constructions, but everything above the plinths are more recent recreations. In the fourth and...The Roman Baths, Bath, EnglandThe Roman BathsBath, EnglandThe large frigidarium will make you shiver just looking at it. The idea was to end your bathing experience in a cold bath that would close the...The Roman Baths, Bath, EnglandThe Roman BathsBath, EnglandRoman floor heating. To keep the bathing rooms hot, the Romans pumped hot air under the floor, which was supported by piles of bricks.The Roman Baths, Bath, EnglandThe Roman BathsBath, EnglandA thin lead curse plate, nearly 2000 years old, and found within the Roman reservoir beneath the King's Bath. It lays blame to one of nine named...The Roman Baths, Bath, EnglandThe Roman BathsBath, EnglandThe Master of the Baths chair was donated in the 17th century, when the water level was higher (notice the orange stain line). Above the chair sits...The Roman Baths, Bath, EnglandThe Roman BathsBath, EnglandSulis Minerva, in life-size bronze-gilt. This incredible Roman-era head was found in 1727 while digging new sewers in Bath. Sulis was the Celtic...
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