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Tirana Kamikaze Museum, Japan

In Japan, there is a kamikaze museum. As the name implies, all museum exhibits are dedicated to Japanese kamikaze pilots who gave their lives for the prosperity of their homeland during the Second World War. By 1986, the museum’s area became larger. The first director of this museum was also a kamikaze pilot.
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Museum of bread in Izmailovo

Today we will go to Izmailovo. In 97, the construction of the Izmailovsky Kremlin began here. It was created on the basis of architectural motives of the very palace economy, which was located in these places. Izmailovsky Kremlin is a whole city. Walking along its streets is very interesting, but even better, go to one of the towers.
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London Museum of Childhood

The London Childhood Museum is similar and at the same time completely different from its counterparts. At the same time, the story of children's culture is addressed primarily to the youngest visitors, that is, its direct carriers. The Museum of Childhood Museum of Childhood is a branch of the Victoria and Albert Museum, famous for its rich art and historical collections.
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From apartment to apartment, Vasnetsov, 1876

From apartment to apartment - Viktor Mikhailovich Vasnetsov. 54x67 The picture is filled with hopelessness and pessimism. Judging by the clothes, we have before us the family of a petty official. The upcoming winter, a rise in the price of rents, a modest pension - all this forced the elderly couple to look for cheaper housing. Judging by the old man’s gaze, carefully cast by him on his wife, he feels guilty of what happened.
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The Seine at Bougival, Alfred Sisley, 1872

The Seine at Bougival - Alfred Sisley. 1872 In the earliest paintings of Sisley, the influence of Daubigny was felt. But over time, a new approach to the depiction of nature, which the artist observed in the works of his friends, and especially Monet, began to slightly change his style. Gradually, in the works of Sisley, the smear became sharper and more contrasting, introducing more confident but sad notes, and tenderness and lyricism sounded less pronounced.
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Portrait of Colonel Guy Johnson - Benjamin West

Portrait of Colonel Guy Johnson - Benjamin West. 202x138 18th-century American painting was heavily influenced by British art, many artists were not familiar with European painting until they took a trip to Europe. Bejamin West was the first American craftsman to travel to the Old World.
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