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uktour p19: The British Museum: Benin Bronzes & Eskimo Gutskin Garments Page 19; 1999 UK/Paris Costume Tour Pictures
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Day 7:
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[http://www.thebritishmuseum.ac.uk/|The British Museum]
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'''Sorry but the British Museum, while still allowing photos to be taken in it's galleries now states that those photos may not be put on the web, so I have removed my photos of the objects in their collections.'''
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[http://www.thebritishmuseum.ac.uk/|TheBritish Museum] in the morning, then walk through the historic shopping districts: see Liberty of London (original homeof 19th Century Aesthetic dress & Morris fabrics),Burlington Arcade (sells historical jewelry in it’s 19th Centurybuilding), and eat an inexpensive lunch at Fortnum & Mason’s, where the groceryclerks still wear full Edwardian Morning dress suits. In the afternoon see theThe Royal Ceremonial Dress Collection atKensington Palace . Evening atthe theatre seeing
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Go on to
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[[00pagesUktourUktour_p26|Day 8]]
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==Product Links==
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[http://www.whatsonstage.co.uk?DATABASE=ALL_TEXT&RV_KEY=10&TEMPLATE=wos/review_item&EXACT=2|Chicago]
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