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Photo Subject : Historical Sites

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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
 Dancer with rattle from Veracruz in Mexico, c900.
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Denver Art Museum
 Earthenware human head tripod bowl from Costra Rica, c500.
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Denver Art Museum
 Earthenware dancer from Veracruz in Mexico (c900).
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Denver Art Museum
 Moche bottle with portrait from northern Peru, c600.
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Denver
Denver Art Museum
 Gold disk (16th century) from Costa Rica.
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Denver Art Museum
 16th century gold necklace from Costa Rica.
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Denver Art Museum
 Tarascan bowl from Mexico, c1500.
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Denver Art Museum
 Female figure from Ecuador, c100BC.
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Denver Art Museum
 Standing couple from Ecuador, c800.
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Denver
Denver Art Museum
 Mayan plate with writing from Guatemala, c900.
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Denver
Denver Art Museum
 Mayan square sided vessel (Guatemala, 600).
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
 Fragment of a Zapotec urn (Mexico before 900).
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
 Old man with two female attendants, central or northern Mexico, c900.
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Denver
Denver Art Museum
 Mayan incense burner with female figure, Guatemala, before 650.
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Denver
Denver Art Museum
 Portrait of the last Inca ruler, Atahualpa and the Spanish conquistador, Fransico Pizzaro, who killed him.
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
 Silver church item from South America.
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Denver
Denver Art Museum
 Japanese sword guards (1800s) form part of the museum's Asian exhibit.
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
 Japanese saddle skirt, 1800s, lacquered leather.
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
 Japanese wrist rest with chrysanthemum and banana (mid-1900s, bamboo).
United States of America
Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
 Lacquer bowls from Japan (1985).
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Denver
Denver Art Museum
 Japanese carrying case from the 1800s.
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Denver
Denver Art Museum
 Japanese box from the Edo Period (1800s).
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Denver
Denver Art Museum
 Sketch of "Three Vinegar Tasters" from 1850.
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Denver Art Museum
 Jar with Ganryu cherry tree, 2010.
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
 The Nepalese god of terror (Malla Dynasty, c1600).
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
 Tray with courtyard scene from China, Ming Dynasty (1547).
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Denver Art Museum
 Ox and cart from China (600s).
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
 Tomb tile (China, 3rd century BC).
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Colorado
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Denver Art Museum
 Bamboo brush holder (1700s) and flower pot (1800s) from China.
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
 "Boy With Buffalo on Stand", China mid-1800s, bamboo.
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Denver Art Museum
 "Mountain with Pavilions and Figures", China, early 1800s, bamboo.
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Denver Art Museum
 A room exhibiting furniture is part of a section on European art.
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
 "Portrait of a Woman" by German painter, Barthel Beham (1529).
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Denver
Denver Art Museum
 "Childhood Idyll" (1900) by French Realist painter, William Bouguereau.
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Denver Art Museum
 "Venice, The Molo from the Bacino di San Marco" by Canaletto (Italy, c1724).
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Denver Art Museum
 "Riverscape" (1663) by E Ruytenbach (Netherlands).
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Denver
Denver Art Museum
 "The Vision of Tundale" (late 1400s) by a follower of Dutch painter, Hieronymus Bosch.
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
 Detail of the late 1400s "The Vision of Tundale".
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
 "Young Woman in a Garden" by French Impressionist, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, c1916.
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Denver Art Museum
 "Portrait of Edmond Renoir" by Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1888).
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Denver Art Museum
 "Fishing Boats" (1883) by Claude Monet (France).
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Denver Art Museum
 Detail of Claude Monet's "Fishing Boats".
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 "The Coastal Cabin" (Customs House) by Claude Monet (France, 1897).
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Denver Art Museum
 "Seascape" (late 1800s) by Alfred Thompson Bricher (New York).
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Denver Art Museum
 "Seine at Bougival" (1873) by Alfred Sisley (France).
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
 "Arrangement in Blue" (1970) by Italian American, Luigi Lucioni.
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
 "Nature Morte" (1914) by Spanish painter, Pablo Picasso.
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Denver Art Museum
 "Bouquet of Flowers in a Vase" (1670s) by Maria van Oosterwyck (Netherlands).
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Denver
Denver Art Museum
 "Still Life with The Telegraph" (1880) by Irish-American painter, William Harnett.
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
 "VOC Jellyfish Fry" (2014) by Christian Rex van Minnen (USA).
United States of America
Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Iron meteorite.
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Exhibition on crystals.
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Rhodochrosite.
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Silver vein.
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Pyrite (iron sulphide) is also known as "fool's gold".
United States of America
Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Galena is a lead ore.
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Museum of Nature and Science
 Gold.
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 Sulphur.
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Museum of Nature and Science
 Graphite, a form of carbon.
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Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Stibnite (antimony sulphide).
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Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Fluorite (calcium fluoride).
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Gypsum (hydrated calcium sulphate).
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Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Tincalconite (hydrated sodium borate).
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Vanadinite (lead chlorovanadate).
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Wulfenite (lead molybdate).
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Tectosilicates (amethyst quartz).
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Mesolite crystals.
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Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Quartz.
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Topaz.
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Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Gypsies, a gem carving by Vasily Konovalenko.
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Museum of Nature and Science
 Rubies.
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Museum of Nature and Science
 Gold mineral.
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Museum of Nature and Science
 Beryl.
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Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Aquamarine.
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Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Calcite.
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Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 140 carrat diamond from India.
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Diorama of bears in the natural history section.
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Comparison of bat, seal and bear forelimbs.
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Diorama of coyotes.
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Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 445 million year old trilobite from Ohio.
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Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 425 million year old sea scorpions.
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Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Fossils of extinct mammals.
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Carniverous pig-like entelodont.
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 13 million year old relative of the elephant.
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Dinosaur family tree.
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Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Skeleton of a plant eating dinosaur.
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Museum of Nature and Science
 Duckbill.
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Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Jug from Mesa Verde (920), a Colorado national park containing indigenous cliff dwellings.
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Mug dating from 1260 (Mesa Verde).
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Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Zuni jar from 1900.
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Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Hopi ladle, 1960.
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Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Hopi canteen from 1900.
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Mocassins from the northern regions of the continent.
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Totem poles from Washington state.
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Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Costume used for the Kwakwaka'wakw dog dance.
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Kwakwaka'wakw mask.
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Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Kwakwaka'wakw feast bowl.
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Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Kwakwaka'wakw wooden bowl and big horn sheep ladle, 19th century.
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Diorama of a Canadian village by the sea.
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Wooden effigy bowl (Haida).

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