Gljúfrasteinn
Gljúfrasteinn was the home of Halldór Kiljan Laxness, a 1955 Nobel Prize for Literature winner. It is located in Mosfellsdalur, east of Reykjavík, Iceland.The house was built in 1945 by Halldór and hi...
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Bijbels Museum
The Bijbels Museum ("Biblical Museum") is a museum on the Herengracht in Amsterdam housing a collection of Bibles and other religious objects from the Judeo-Christian tradition, including the oldest B...
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Papadiamantis House Museum of Skiathos
Papadiamantis House Museum of Skiathos is a museum in Skiathos in the Sporades, Greece.Located some 100 meters from the eastern beach of the town, it is the house of Greek writer Alexandros Papadiaman...
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Jasmuiža Manor
Jasmuiža Manor is a manor in the historical region of Latgale, in Latvia, currently housing the Rainis memorial museum Jasmuiža.
Construction of the wooden manor house near Aizkalne began in 1883 ...
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Museum Meermanno
Museum Meermanno | House of the Book, (Huis van het boek) formerly called Museum Meermanno-Westreenianum, is a museum named after Willem Hendrik Jacob van Westreenen van Tiellandt on the Prinsessegrac...
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Esperanto Museum in Svitavy
Esperanto Museum in Svitavy is a part of the city museum in Svitavy (Czech Republic) and presents the history and current activity of the Esperanto movement. It was inaugurated in September 2008.
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Norman Lindsay Gallery and Museum
The Norman Lindsay Gallery and Museum is based in Faulconbridge in the Blue Mountains, Australia. The property is a stone cottage on a 17 hectares (42 acres) block of land known as Springwood which wa...
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Shrine of the Book
The Shrine of the Book (Hebrew: היכל הספר‎, Heikhal HaSefer), a wing of the Israel Museum in the Givat Ram neighborhood of Jerusalem, Israel, houses the Dead Sea Scrolls, discovered in 1947–56 i...
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Samay Huasi
Samay Huasi (from Quechua Samay Wasi, samay rest, to rest, wasi house, "rest house") is a historic property in Argentina functioning as both a vacation retreat, as well as a museum.
Located in Chi...
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White Dacha
The White Dacha, (Russian: белая дача; Ukrainian: біла дача) is the house that Anton Chekhov had built in Yalta and in which he wrote some of his greatest work. It is now a museum.
The Whi...
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Museum of Papermaking in Duszniki-Zdrój
The Museum of Papermaking in Duszniki-Zdrój (pl.: Muzeum Papiernictwa) – a museum of the Lower Silesia Voivodeship Selfgovernment located in Duszniki-Zdrój in Poland, founded in 1968 in an old 17th ce...
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Museum of Ivo Andrić
The Museum of Ivo Andrić (Serbian: Музеј Иве Андрића / Muzej Ive Andrića) is a museum in Belgrade, Serbia. It is dedicated to the Nobel prize winning writer Ivo Andrić.The library contains 4,502 bibli...
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Mundaneum
3°57′19.62″E / 50.4576861°N 3.9554500°E / 50.4576861; 3.9554500The Mundaneum was an institution created in 1910, following an initiative begun in 1895 by Belgian lawyers Paul ...
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One Street Museum
The One Street Museum is among main attractions of the Andriyivskyy Descent, which houses many of the historic items of the descent, containing more than 7000 exhibits. They include information about ...
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Xu Guangqi Memorial Hall
The Xu Guangqi Memorial Hall (徐光启纪念馆) is a memorial and museum for the Chinese 17th century scholar Xu Guangqi. It is located in Nandan Park (南丹公园, officially renamed Guangqi Park -光启公园- since 1983 fo...
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Birthplace of Svetozar Ćorović
The house where Svetozar Ćorović was born is a museum in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Svetozar Ćorović is one of the most important Herzegovina novelists who often wrote of life in Herzegovina regi...
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Khutir Nadia
The Karpenko-Karyi State Museum-Reserve "Khutir Nadia" is a national historic site of Ukraine that was established on a territory of estate that belonged to Ivan Karpenko-Karyi, the playwright and the...
Epigraphical Museum
The Epigraphical Museum (Greek: Επιγραφικόν μουσείον) of Athens, Greece, is the third-largest museum of ancient inscriptions in the world. Its collection comprises 13,500 inscriptions, mostly Gree...
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