King Ashurbanipal of Assyria in the British Museum

Between November 8th in 2018 and February 24th in 2019, visitors are invited to learn more about King Ashurbanipal of Assyria in the British Museum.  King Ashurbanipal described himself as the King of the World, and at this exhibition, he is portrayed as not only a king, but also a warrior, a scholar, an empire builder, …

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Rodin and the art of ancient Greece [Exhibition]

The French sculptor Auguste Rodin visited London in 1881, and as he saw sculptures from Greece in the British Museum, he was greatly inspired. If you return to the museum today, you can see the result! The exhibition in itself is a proof of the importance of art museums. If it hadn’t been for the British …

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Get to know the Scythians in the British Museum

Have you ever heard of the Scythians? Maybe you have, or maybe you haven’t. No matter what your answer is, now is the time to discover more about these legendary warriors of the past. From September 14th till January 14th (in 2018) you should visit the British Museum in London. The museum will then host a …

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British watercolour landscapes 1850–1950

Would you like to see and get to know more about watercolour pictures made between 1850 and 1950, portraying beautiful landscapes? Visit the British Museum. The exhibition named British watercolour landscapes 1850-1950 had its opening on February 23rd in 2017 and it will remain available until August 27th in 2017. Beneath you can read the …

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Egypt under water

A fantastic exhibition will come to British Museum on May 19th. It is named: Sunken cities: Egypt’s lost worlds. Do not miss out in it! The exhibition is a real blockbuster exhibition that will brings thousands of people to the British Museum simply for the purpose of visiting this exhibition. Why is that? Because submerged …

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