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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

David Hayman on the International Slavery Museum

David Hayman on the International Slavery Museum

I found walking around Liverpool’s museum to slavery genuinely exciting and I think it proves what what can happen when a community and a city of people get together to demand answers. And you have created a wonderful museum that is full of, it’s just, it’s rich. It’s full of cultures, the African cultures and

Malıköy Tren İstasyonu Müzesi

Malıköy Tren İstasyonu Müzesi

Hello friends, In this video I will give information about Malıköy Railway Station Museum. Then, when I go to Malıköy Railway Station Museum, I will share the video footage I have taken with you. If you’re ready, let’s start. Located on the Ankara-Eskişehir railway line, Malıköy is a settlement center in the district of Polatlı.

National Cryptologic Museum’s Artifacts

National Cryptologic Museum’s Artifacts

We have close to about five thousand artifacts and about five or six of them are exceedingly rare. They are one of a kind items that you will not see any other place on the face of the Earth. They are a testament to how critical and important this discipline has been not only to

Missouri History Museum: Find Yourself Here.

Missouri History Museum: Find Yourself Here.

Where does the path come from? How many footsteps? How many others will follow in ours? History lives beyond exhibits. It’s the fabric of our city, our home, the people who came before us. Your path has a history. Find it at the Missouri History Museum. Find yourself here.

Draw my life part 2 – Why am I called Shoo?

Draw my life part 2 – Why am I called Shoo?

My parents called me Hugh after after a friend of theirs who was my brother’s Godfather. This always confused me. I thought he was my Godfather and as he was not it might be one of the reasons I eventually rejected my given name. My Grandfather was a Church of England Vicar, so he christened

Museums are Filled with Dead Animals. How Are They So Lifelike?

Museums are Filled with Dead Animals. How Are They So Lifelike?

I love going to museums, but sometimes you get there and there’s an animal. This lion looks like it might have walked out of Africa recently. They’ve actually been in this museum for a while, like longer than I’ve been alive. Museums have been educating humans with stories of nature forever, and what better way