Easter 2013 The Science Museum

Easter 2013 Museum Trip to London

Easter 2013 Museum Trip to London
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Gerry Judah?s striking sculpture on the impact of war and conflict is the first exhibit you will see on entering our Main Exhibition Space.<br/><br/>The Crusader, created by renowned contemporary artist Gerry Judah, is a seven-metre-high, three-dimensional structure covered with a web of war-torn buildings. Easter 2013 Museum Trip to London Easter 2013 Museum Trip to London Bit of a shock wondering around old computer exhibits and coming across half a brain...<br/><br/>This half go Charles Babbage's brain is the right sagittal section with cerebellum. Babbage's son Henry donated if for research to the Hunterian Museum at the Royal College of Surgeons in England. It was dissected by Sir Victor Hosley in 1907.<br/><br/>More from the Fuji X100S www.flickr.com/photos/kendavies/sets/72157633171675942
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Date2013-03-31 14:52:02
DescriptionEaster 2013 Museum Trip to London
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