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DaVinci Museum – March 2017.
There are 72 museums in Florence, Italy, so if you don’t see even a small percentage of them on a single trip, that’s more than easy to understand. However, if you are interested in technology and engineering from 500 years ago, or simply enjoy learning more about DaVinci this is the place for you. It’s a small museum yet it’s easy to spend an hour or two here trying out the wooden recreations of some of DaVinci’s designs and learning more about what he created and why.
From Anthropology to Engineering with a dash of Steampunk thrown in, I found it an interesting spot to spend some indoor time in Florence. It’s about $10 to enter, which I think it too high considering the size, however it’s a great place to bring kids (and adults) out of the sun on a hot day and it’s worth it to see it once. From paintings to a diving suit from the mind of one of the most innovative people in the Western world.
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Doors, Street Art, Manholes and the Colorful buildings of Stavanger Norway
Much to my surprise Stavanger Norway held lots of little bright and colorful surprises. It was an overcast day when we started out but the color and character of the places we visited reminded me of places I’ve seen in the Caribbean and Greece.
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