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Archaeological curiosities in Finland

In Finland recently for a few days, I spent a very happy morning in Aboa Vetus in Turku, Finland’s only archaeological museum. From what I can gather (I have barely a word of Finnish), the museum was a bit of … Continue reading

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Not every city has a sewerage museum

But Manchester does. It’s one of very few in the world, surprisingly. And it’s part of the Museum of Science and Industry, MOSI. Did you know, for example, that until the nineteenth century, sewer lines were made from tree trunks? … Continue reading

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