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Acadia Park

Among the many aspects of natural beauty in Acadia National Park is the view of the starry night sky, which provides stunning views of the Milky Way to thousands of visitors. The natural night sky is an integral part of the park, an element of cultural heritage, and a source of inspiration for visitors […] Read more

American Museum Of Natural History

Since 1869, the American Museum of Natural History has sponsored thousands of scientific expeditions around the globe in an effort to unravel the world’s greatest mysteries. It is this passion to discover and to understand that inspires Discovery Tours, the Museums’ educational travel program. Participants in the Discovery Tours travel program have the unique opportunity […] Read more

Animal Planet Stadium Welcome

Welcome to the Animal Planet Stadium in Silver Spring Maryland where the event of the year has gone to the dogs. The top puppy players from all over the country have been training for this moment all season long […] Read more

Baseball Hall Of Fame

Welcome to the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. The first stop on your journey is the Cooperstown Room where you will come face to face with ten electees who were present for that first induction ceremony in 1939. Here rare vintage photographs trace the origin of the game. Next comes the Great Moments […] Read more

Belt With Flowers And Cartouche

This artist takes Raphael’s picture as his model, but does away with the poetry and idealization, rendering her instead as an object of desire. Take a moment to look at its fine details: the pattern of tiny flowers woven with silver and gold silk thread…the silver border… and the rectangles, or cartouches, lined in red. […] Read more

Boston University

Wondering what it’s like to be a student at Boston University? Take one of our virtual tours to learn about the lives of some of our students and their varying backgrounds, in- terests and majors. Freshmen can learn more about what to expect during their rst year at BU including time management, how college di […] Read more

British Museum

Every Visitor to the British Museum knows the huge, winged and human headed bulls which stand over ten tons. of black basalt, glossy and sinister, they are overpowering in their brutal strength. They and nearly all the Assyrian carved and sculpted reliefs in the gallery behind them, were pried from their foundations by crowbars, hauled […] Read more

California State Parks

Welcome to the California State Park’s Directory of Natural Resources. California’s parks are here for the entire family to enjoy. They’re your parks, and we urge you to abide by basic conservation guidelines. On days designated as “dry days,” please do not light matches or start fires of any kind in any of our parks. […] Read more

Cornell Interactive Campus Tour

Cornell University’s Ithaca campus, set amid waterfalls, gorges, lakes, and rolling hills in the Finger Lakes region of central New York State, provides some of the most breathtaking scenery you’ll find anywhere. You’ll also find a whole, new world of social and intellectual possibilities, exciting adventures, and lasting friendships waiting for you at Cornell. University […] Read more

Diaccia Botrona

And here were are at the Diaccia Botrona Nature Reserve. Extending over one thousand hectares, it is considered to be the most important wetland in Italy. On your left, you will see the remains of the ancient Lake Prile, which was once fifty square kilometers before drying out in the 19th century […] Read more