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frontpage-From Machu Picchu in South America to the Great Wall of China in Far East Asia; Stonehenge in England to Great Zimbabwe in Zimbabwe; the early hominid sites in East Africa to the colonial sites around the World. from the Museum of London to the Acropolis Museum in Athens; from the National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City to the Museum of Ontario Archaeology in Canada …
Archaeology sites and museums around the World inspire great adventures with the past where ever you travel.
 

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Painted Basketmaker style human figures.Backpacking in Grand Gulch, Utah
When it comes to style of travel, archaeology travel has something for everyone. Whether it is a luxury weekend break in a city or a week backpacking in what appears to us a remote wilderness area, there are almost always fascinating traces of people who have been there before. Having visited the canyonlands of southern Utah on a number of different occasions, I am confident that if backpacking is how you like to experience the past this is an area that will not disappoint. Read more

 

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    TEMPORARY EXHIBITIONS AROUND THE WORLD

    The entrance to the Museum of London
    London’s Lost Jewels: The Mystery of the Cheapside Hoard
    Museum of London (England), ends 27 April 2014

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    Two Exhibitions: Throne of Emperors & Shi Lu: A revolution in paint
    Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa (Wellington), Opens 22 March 2014

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    Scenes from the Stone Age: The Cave Paintings of Lascaux
    Houston Museum of Natural Science, ends 23 March 2014


     
    FROM THE PHOTO ALBUM: Byzantine Church Frescoes on the Island of Crete

    An example of a cross domed church.

    A close up of the wall painting in the apse, showing St. Anne and the Virgin.

    A close up of the figure of Christ.

    The church on the hillside.

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