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Results found for: June 2014

30 Jun 2014
A ribbon being cut.
Terminal 2: The Queen's Terminal at Heathrow Airport was opened earlier this month, appropriately enough by the monarch herself.The...
The flag of Canada.
The West Wind and The Jack Pine by Tom Thompson have been put on show in a new exhibition at the National Gallery of Canada for th...
27 Jun 2014
Dries Van Noten exhibition in Paris
Paris is a city that's closely associated with fashion, so it's likely many people visiting will take an interest in the fashio...
25 Jun 2014
Step into Ancient Egypt at new British Museum show
London is currently home to a fascinating slice of Ancient Egypt and Sudan, meaning visitors to the city may be able to feel like they&...
24 Jun 2014
Musee d'Orsay plans 'Seven Years of Reflection' show for winter
Recent acquisitions are to be specifically spotlighted at an upcoming Musee d'Orsay exhibition in Paris.The art venue can be found ...
Michelangelo exhibition coming up in Toronto
People heading to Toronto, Canada in a few months' time for a winter break will have the chance to find out about 15th century icon...
23 Jun 2014
Ballet Russes exhibition opens in Tokyo, Japan
Just days ago, Tokyo's National Art Centre opened its latest exhibition, Ballets Russes: the Art of Costume.The show came to the mu...
11 Jun 2014
Mobile museums hit the USA
The USA’s famous Greyhound bus service is marking 100 years with a rather unusual project - mobile museums. To celebrate a whole...
6 Jun 2014
Students warned of pitfalls of travelling without insurance
Although it can be tempting to adopt the ‘it won’t happen to me’ mentality when it comes to travel insurance, it&rsqu...
4 Jun 2014
Thailand lifts curfew in tourist resorts
The curfew that has been in place in Thailand has been lifted at three of the country's top resorts, in a bid to boost the tou...