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San Francisco GLBT History Museum

San Francisco GLBT History Museum

Hi, YouTube Today we are here in The Castro, and for those of you who may have not been, or who may have not had the opportunity to see it. This is possibly one of the biggest LGBT communities in the United States. Just a quick little factoid about history about The Castro. it was

Munich-10 – German Science Museum

Munich-10 – German Science Museum

I wanted to see the Deutsches Museum. I hadn’t been in here in 20 years. It’s the largest museum in the world devoted to science and technology. It’s filled with machines and things and airplanes and rockets and boats and machines and tools and laboratories and instruments and ceramics and glass and textiles and papers

Miniatur Wunderland *** official video *** largest model railway / railroad of the world

Miniatur Wunderland *** official video *** largest model railway / railroad of the world

For 10 years now, the world’s largest model railway can be found in Hamburg’s historic warehouse district – a mammoth miniature project. It took 500.000 working hours to create this incredible miniature world on 1.300m². The city’s most popular tourist attraction fascinates over one million people a year. And it’s continually growing! Eight different sections,

Das Technik Museum Sinsheim

Das Technik Museum Sinsheim

We are a registered club. We all have … …vehicles… …or show other things in our museum. In so far … …we all have… …fun at the Museum – and we hope that the visitors also… … have pleasure. Yes, we have a lot to offer: We have the fastest land vehicle in the world …

Redefining Photography | Andreas Gursky

Redefining Photography | Andreas Gursky

Andreas Gursky, for the last four decades has been one of the most important artists and photographers in the world. He’s constantly questioning what the boundaries of photography are, how to expand what a photograph might be and how to question how we look at pictures. This exhibition is a look at his entire career.

Bauhaus design is everywhere, but its roots are political

Bauhaus design is everywhere, but its roots are political

Helvetica or Arial? Cambria or Calibri? With hundreds and hundreds of fonts at our fingertips today, selecting one can feel pretty arbitrary, but there was a time when choosing a particular typeface was considered a bold political act. This was especially true in a short lived German school that, a century ago, shaped everything we

Hitler – OverSimplified (Part 2)

Hitler –  OverSimplified (Part 2)

Since Germany’s military had to be reduced, Hitler could no longer remain a soldier after the war, but he kept working for the army as an informant. After the war, communists in Germany had attempted a revolution, and the government was worried about communism in general, so Hitler was tasked with infiltrating and reporting on

WW1 – Oversimplified (Part 1)

WW1 – Oversimplified (Part 1)

The world of 1914. A time of modern technology, culture, and fashion. Truly the height of civilization. Let’s have a war. Everyone knew a big war was coming. France wanted some stuff back that Germany had taken from it, Germany wanted to take more of EVERYONE’S stuff, and they’re building a big sexy navy that