The National Museums of Scotland – Edinburgh


The National Museums of Scotland at Wikipedia
http://www.nms.ac.uk/our_museums/national_museum.aspx
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24 thoughts on “The National Museums of Scotland – Edinburgh

  1. What fantastic museums, Leia! Wonderful captures and a great tour that you've taken us on!! I also love your new header!! Terrific! Hope your week is off to a great start! Enjoy!

    Hugs
    Sylvia

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  2. Des machines à écrire, des dinosaures et des Bouddhas ? Je m'attendais plutôt à voir des cornemuses et du whisky !

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  3. Super images of the museum Leia, I think I remember using one of those typewriters haha! I don't mind either Grace or Gracie Leia, whichever you like 🙂

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  4. That's an interestingly eclectic mix. Love the building itself. Looks like a garden conservatory and I can imagine it full of flowers.

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  5. I love museums and this looks like an especially interesting one. Big, too. In that last photo, I used to work on a typewriter similar to the one on the middle left.

    Thank you for your kind words. We'll be in touch.

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  6. Looks like a wonderful place, and the dinosaur skeleton reminds me of the Field Museum in Chicago. 🙂

    I love the angle of your typewriters image. They look as if they are floating on air. I learned to type on the manual typewriters in high school. There is no way I could push my fingers with that much force today. My mother could type 60 words a minute on one of those when she was in high school (in the 1940s). I was *almost* that fast on a manual but never could do it.

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  7. I love the building! How wonderful to have so much natural light from those windows above. 🙂
    The exhibits also look very interesting. The old typewriters are neat.

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  8. Looks a great place to visit. Such wonderful exhibits. There's a great museum in Glasgow too. Well worth a visit if you ever visit Scotland's other great city.

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  9. you have such a knack for capturing the essence of a place with just a few photos. I am really drawn to the typewriter display!!!
    V

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  10. i especially love those old typewriters!!! sorry we weren't able to connect. had a wonderful time. wishing you all that is good.

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  11. A beautiful building, you have captured perfectly! (Yes, I had the impression that Scotland was missing on your travel map! Not any more!)

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