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Daguerreotype Exhibition

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Daguerreotype Exhibition

The Admiral Museum of Fine Arts, located in the Tenne capital of Roane-Anderson, has a fabulous new special exhibit.

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The Admiral Museum, Roane-Anderson

The new-fangled technology of the daguerreotype has been turned loose upon Schulmania! It's like a 19th century Instagram! Curious to see what we have done? there's a whole bunch of pictures from across the nation, many featuring areas not shown in Schulmania in a long, long time, all just awaiting your visit. Simply click on the sample picture below to get your VIP admission to the museum!

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PLEASE NOTE: This is not simply a teaser picture. There are multiple other pictures... plenty of them, actually. But, you have to click on the picture above to see them all.

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Very pretty! I especially love the picture of the ancient ruins, and the bullring.
Have you noticed that the first two comments both have references to rodents?

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[b]Benedict[/b] Thanks for visiting the exhibit!

[b]Hammsonata[/b] Thanks for coming by. And welcome to Schulmania. Although we are delighted for the visit, it would probably be best to not issue your citizens visas to visit, for obvious reasons!

[b]USfighter15[/b] They’re not really that old; it’s just the level of technology we have at the moment. They are contemporary.

[b]Hahei[/b] Indeed! You pounced on that one quickly!

[b]Westy177[/b] Thanx! Glad you liked it. It

[b]Emperordaniel[/b] I thankest thee!

[b]NMUSpidey[/b] Sounds good! The embassy in Friendsville can make the request to the Fine Arts Council for a certain approval.

[b]Huston[/b] Thanks! Glad you like it.

[b]Ying Blanc[/b] Thanks! We certainly try… no thanks to Queensferry!










































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