Museums and Archaeological sites

Jim Crow Museum – The place of racist memorabilia in Big Rapids

The museum, displays a wide variety of everyday artifacts depicting the history of racist portrayals of African Americans in American popular culture. Also displays books, signs, tickets, brochures

Ruinas de Ingapirca – An archeological site of Inca civilization in Ingapirca

These are the largest known Inca ruins in Ecuador. Ingapirka is a Quichua word that means Wall of the Inca. The construction, made at the beginning of the

Baalbek Temple Complex – The impressive Roman archeological site in Baalbek

The temple complex is considered an outstanding archaeological and artistic site of Imperial Roman Architecture. The complex in Baalbek is made up of three edifices: The temple

Olduvai Gorge Museum – The history of millions of years in Ngorongoro

The museum exhibits a focus on paleoanthropological research and artifacts coming mainly in and around Olduvai Gorge in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, such as various artifacts, humanoid

National Archaeological Museum Aruba – Τhe history and pre-history of the island in Oranjestad

The oldest part of Aruba’s cultural heritage is on display at the Aruba Archaeological Museum. The permanent collection covers from the Pre-Ceramic period of 2500 BC. to

Liechtenstein National Museum – The house of the treasures of the principality in Vaduz

The museum showcases the history, art, culture as well as the natural history of Liechtenstein. The museum building dates back to the 15th century. It has acted

Talietumu fort – The ruins of the fortress in Wallis and Futuna

Lou Kau Mansion – The historical traditional house in Macau

The building was built around 1889 as a home of Lou Kau, a prominent Chinese merchant. Lou Kau Mansion is a two-storey, traditional grey-brick courtyard house, with

Musée océanographique de Monaco – The museum of marine sciences in Monaco

The museum was inaugurated in 1910 by modernist reformer of Monaco and oceanographer, Prince Albert I. It is home to the Mediterranean Science Commission and is part

Vatican Gallery of Maps – The long gallery of map frescoes in the Vatican City

A gallery located on the west side of the Belvedere Courtyard in the Vatican containing a series of painted topographical maps of Italy based on drawings by

Pio Clementino Museum – The important collection of ancient sculptures in the Vatican City

The museum is named after two popes. Clement XIV, who founded the museum, and Pius VI, the Pope who completed the museum. Pope Clement XIV founded the

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