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Museum and houses
The Carnegie-donated library is now owned by the Johnstown Area Heritage Association, and houses the Flood Museum.
Magazine, the city's Museum, was once the residence of Prince Salīm, the son of the Emperor Akbar, and presently houses a collection of Mughal and Rajput armour and sculpture.
The state's Maritime College in Fort Schuyler ( on the southeastern shore ) houses the Maritime Industry Museum.
The Museum Island in the River Spree houses five museums built from 1830 to 1930 and is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Bletchley Park is an estate located in the town of Bletchley, in Buckinghamshire, England, which currently houses the National Codes Centre and the National Museum of Computing.
In 1895 the trustees purchased the 69 houses surrounding the Museum with the intention of demolishing them and building around the West, North and East sides of the Museum.
In 1895, Parliament gave the Museum Trustees a loan of £ 200, 000 to purchase from the Duke of Bedford all 69 houses which backed onto the Museum building in the five surrounding streets-Great Russell Street, Montague Street, Montague Place, Bedford Square and Bloomsbury Street.
The Trustees planned to demolish these houses and to build around the West, North and East sides of the Museum new galleries that would completely fill the block on which the Museum stands.
The British Museum houses the world's largest and most comprehensive collection of Egyptian antiquities, over 100, 000 pieces, outside the Egyptian Museum in Cairo.
The British Museum houses one of the world's most comprehensive collections of Ethnographic material from Africa, Oceania and the Americas, representing the cultures of indigenous peoples throughout the world.
The station's new Main Building, which now houses the Immigration Museum, was opened in 1900.
Main Building, which now houses the Immigration Museum
Apart from historical collections in general museums, modern works of art in glass can be seen in a variety of museums, including the Chrysler Museum, the Museum of Glass in Tacoma, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Toledo Museum of Art, and Corning Museum of Glass, in Corning, NY, which houses the world's largest collection of glass art and history, with more than 45, 000 objects in its collection.
This mansion house now houses the Museum of the Basque Country, whose exhibits highlight physical, political, economic and linguistic features of Basque History and renowned Basque personages.
The Museum of Anatolian Civilizations in Ankara, Turkey houses the richest collection of Hittite and Anatolian artifacts.
His magnificent residence in the city centre of Athens, houses today the Numismatic Museum of Athens.
In 1998 Giger acquired the Château St. Germain in Gruyères, Switzerland, and it now houses the H. R. Giger Museum, a permanent repository of his work.

Museum and temporary
In fiscal year 1959, the Medical Museum was moved to Chase Hall, a temporary building on Independence Avenue at Ninth Street, Southwest, and continued to display to the public the achievements of the Armed Forces Medical Services.
He has been on temporary display in other venues: at the Manchester Museum on three occasions, April to, March to, and to ; and at the Great North Museum in Newcastle from August to.
This specimen is considered a national treasure of Mongolia, although in 2000 it was loaned to the American Museum of Natural History in New York City for a temporary exhibition.
In 2009, the Smithsonian announced a temporary new setting for the jewel to celebrate a half-century at the National Museum of Natural History.
Hove Museum and Art Gallery houses a permanent collection of toys, contemporary crafts, fine art and local history artifacts, as well as holding temporary exhibitions of contemporary crafts.
The land was occupied by Brompton Park House, which was extended, most notably by the " Brompton Boilers ", which were starkly utilitarian iron galleries with a temporary look ; they were later dismantled and used to build the V & A Museum of Childhood.
In 1993, the old Grand Bay State Bank building became the temporary site of the El Cazador Museum, and held treasure from the El Cazador.
It served the National Museum of Natural History for almost 50 years, and is now devoted to the temporary exhibitions of visual arts.
A year after the post was established in 1853, a temporary hospital was constructed near the present day Post / Cavalry Museum and Patton Hall on the main post.
The Museum project began after a highly successful temporary exhibition about Brooklands was staged in 1977 by Elmbridge Museum in Weybridge and, with support from British Aerospace, Elmbridge Borough Council, Gallaher Ltd and many dedicated individuals, this led to the selection of a 30 acre heritage site in the NE corner of Brooklands.
In 2006, the British Museum announced its plans to modify the Reading Room to house a temporary exhibition entitled ' The First Emperor: China's Terracotta Army ': this modification was designed by the London-based exhibition design company Metaphor.
A major revamp of the Museum foyer was unveiled in February 2010 including a brand new Games Lounge, a new temporary gallery drawing on the National Videogame Archive established in 2008 in partnership with Nottingham Trent University ; a new box office ; a relocated and redesigned shop and new signage throughout the Museum.
The museum was originally called the North Western Museum of Science and Industry when it opened in 1969 in temporary premises on Grosvenor Street in Chorlton-on-Medlock.
The Museum of Modern Art is located on Paseo de la Reforma and Calle Gandhi with various temporary exhibits.
On November 12, 1906 the temporary exhibits at the National Museum are ceremonially opened to the public and on November 13 the foundation stone was laid for the permanent museum.
By 2012 the Museum will be displaying about 1300 works in the main buildings, while around 3, 100 works are on temporary loan to various museums and official institutions.
The building is characterized by architectural and morphological elements of Ottoman-Turkish and Neo-Classical architecture. Today it belongs to the Municipality of Kavala and will host exhibits of the Folk Museum of Kavala, the Tobacco Museum and series of temporary exhibitions.
Conflux 2004 featured a full program of events over the course of four days, including experimental walks using altered maps and navigational aids ; high-tech drifts through the city using wearable computing devices ; a walking presentation of an urban documentary project commissioned by the New Museum of Contemporary Art ; a gallery exhibition ; a series of temporary installations, lectures, audio and video works and more.
A Day In Pompeii which was on display at Melbourne Museum from 26 June-25 October 2009 was Melbourne Museum's most popular temporary exhibition.
The Islamic Art Museum also regularly hosts temporary exhibitions of modern art from the Islamic world, in 2008 for example Turkish Delight ( contemporary Turkish design ) and Naqsh ( Gender in Iranian art and society ).
In 1983, the Museum was moved to a temporary location ( which now houses Hong Kong Heritage Discovery Centre ) in Kowloon Park.

Museum and exhibition
* 1990 – Jim Gary's " Twentieth Century Dinosaurs " exhibition opens at the Smithsonian Institution National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D. C.
As of May 2012, it is on loan to the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California for a major exhibition.
Riding a wave of international popularity, and despite his declining health, he travelled to the United States in 1965 for an exhibition of his works at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
In London the Cartoon Museum showed the exhibition Beano and Dandy Birthday Bash!
The seven permanent Egyptian galleries at the British Museum, which include its largest exhibition space ( Room 4, for monumental sculpture ), can display only 4 % of its Egyptian holdings.
In London, a statue of him as the Tramp was unveiled in Leicester Square in 1981 and a permanent exhibition on his life and career, Charlie Chaplin – The Great Londoner, opened at the London Film Museum in 2010.
Retrospectives of his work were presented that year at The National Film Theatre in London, the Munich Stadtmuseum and the Museum of Modern Art in New York, which also dedicated a gallery exhibition, Chaplin: A Centennial Celebration, to him.
In 2006, the Museum of Modern Art in New York City held a Dada exhibition in conjunction with the National Gallery of Art in Washington D. C. and the Centre Pompidou in Paris.
In 2010 the Space Needle Corporation submitted a proposal for an exhibition of Chihuly's work at a site in the Seattle Center, in competition with proposals for other uses from several other groups. The project, which sees the new Chihuly exhibition hall occupy the site of the former Fun Forest amusement park in the Seattle Center park and entertainment complex, received the final green light from the Seattle City Council on April 25, 2011. Divisive Dale Chihuly Glass-Art " Museum " Approved for Former Seattle Amusement Park ARTINFO. com It opened May 21, 2012. Chihuly Garden and Glass Opens with Dedication Ceremony on Monday, May 21 prnewswire. comDale Chihuly's ' Glass House ' shines in Seattle publicbroadcasting. net
* Catalogue of exhibition at the Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery, University of Glasgow and the National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin
* The Invention of the Electric Guitar – Online exhibition at the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of American History
* The First Ladies at the Smithsonian An online exhibition from the National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution
A 2006 exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum displayed graffiti as an art form that began in New York's outer boroughs and reached great heights in the early ' 80s with the work of Crash, Lee, Daze, Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat.
The Regional Council of Bizkaia acquired the site in 1982 and refurbished it as a Museum with the aim of presenting an exhibition to promote the understanding of the historical, political and cultural meaning of the spiritual community of Euskal Herria.
Rietveld had his first retrospective exhibition devoted to his architectural work at the Centraal Museum, Utrecht, in 1958.
" Gerrit Rietveld: A Centenary Exhibition " at the Barry Friedman Gallery, New York, in 1988 was the first comprehensive presentation of the Dutch architect's original works ever held in the U. S. The highlight of a celebratory “ Rietveld Year ” in Utrecht, the exhibition “ Rietveld ’ s Universe ” opened at the Centraal Museum and compared him and his work with famous contemporaries like Wright, Le Corbusier and Mies van der Rohe.
The Theatre Museum shows an exhibition of the history of the theatre in Hanover from the 17th century up to now: opera, concert, drama and ballet.
An Eastwind EQ2050 on display at the China People's Revolution Military Museum | People's Revolution Military Museum of China in August 2007, during the ' Our Troops towards the Sky ' exhibition.
* Impressionism: Paintings collected by European Museums ( 1999 ) was an art exhibition co-organized by the High Museum of Art, Atlanta, the Seattle Art Museum, and the Denver Art Museum, touring from May through December 1999.
* ' Sir Joshua Reynolds: The Acquisition of Genius ' exhibition at Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery-21 November 2009 to 20 February 2010
In the 1940s Lawrence was given his first major solo exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, and became the most celebrated African American painter in the country.

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