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Explore The Best American National Museums

The United States is a melting pot of cultures from all four corners of the world with a vibrant history of heroism and patriotism. The Smithsonian Insitute is the world’s largest museum and research complex. It hosts a network of 19 museums most of which in Washington D.C. For you, here are 10 of the best American National Museums. National Museum Of The American Indian One of the world’s most expansive collections of Native objects, Native artifacts, archives, photographs, and media is the National Museum of the American Indian. This…

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Explore The Civil Rights Museum In Atlanta

The Atlanta Civil And Human Rights Museum is an engaging cultural attraction that will definitely bring tons of amazement to your body. With your first visit to the museum, you’ll be able to learn a great deal about the United States Civil and Human Rights movements around the world. Moreover, you can visit “Voice to the Voiceless” The Morehouse College Martin Luther King Jr. Before heading to the Civil Rights Museum In Atlanta, there are a couple of things you should be aware of: It’s located on 00 Ivan Allen…

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10 Must See Exhibits In The Canadian Human Rights Museum

A stunning architectural achievement dedicated exclusively to human rights as a concept and aspiration was built in 2014. It has dramatically changed the skyline of Manitoba’s capital city; the Canadian Museum of Human Rights is simply a marvel. “This museum is great because it is completely unique in the world,” says Maureen Fitzhenry, media relations manager. It is also a national museum and Canadian Crown Corporation with the purpose of exploring the subject of human rights. Additionally, the Canadian Human Rights Museum does have a special but not exclusive reference…

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