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NAME OF EXPEDITIONPANORAMA TITLESLOCATIONDESCRIPTIONADDITIONAL MATERIALSAVAILABLE TRANSLATIONS
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New*Children’s Village Thailand1 - The Library
2 - Bangkok
3 - The Khwae Yai River
4 - Latya Garden Home Project
5 - Vocational Training
6 - Student Housing
7 - Thai guest house
8 - Student Council Room - Mother’s Day
Various Locations, ThailandChildren’s Village school was built in 1979 in rural Kanchanaburi province, Thailand. It is Thailand’s first democratic school, dedicated to providing freedom of choice to its students. Students are given a strong voice, study what they choose and participate equally with teachers in village votes. The school bases its education system on A.S. Neil’s Summerhill method. Classes here are offered from primary through high school for their approximately 150 students.
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New*20,000 Leagues Under the Sea1 - The Hunt
2 - Inside the Great Hall
3 - Underwater hunt
4 - Atlantis
5 - Battle with giant squid
6 - Escape from the Nautilus
Not ApplicableJoin Pierre Aronnax, Conseil and Ned Land as they inadvertently embark on an underwater journey on board the submarine Nautilus commanded by the enigmatic Captain Nemo. A voyage covering 20,000 leagues in a submarine years ahead of its time, you will feel part of the action journeying through realistic underwater scenes. Jules Verne himself would surely recommend bringing his wonderful novel to life using the magic of virtual reality.
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New*How Coffee is Made in Congo1 - Picking coffee at a Coffee Cooperative
2 - Drying and sorting the coffee beans
3 - A Modern Factory in the Heart of Goma
4 - The best beans
5 - What is Green coffee?
6 - Testing the coffee
Democratic Republic of CongoHow does Congolese coffee travel from the trees of a Coffee farm to your breakfast table? Today we will visit CoffeeLac – a coffee processing factory in Goma, in the eastern region of the Democratic Republic of Congo. We will learn how coffee beans are processed and prepared to be sold. With the help of Eastern Congo Initiative – an Non profit organizati that works with farmers to help them bring their coffee to market – we will examine the business of coffee in Congo and tour a coffee processing mill.
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New*Growing Coffee, and Hope, in Eastern Congo1 - The lives of coffee farmers
2 - It starts in the trees
3 - From cherries to beans
4 - The heart of the cooperative
5 - The people behind a cup of coffee
6 - Foibe cooks for her children
7 - A modern factory in the heart of Goma
8 - Your local coffee shop
Democratic Republic of CongoEverybody loves coffee. But do you know where it comes from? The answer is more complicated – and fascinating – than you could ever imagine! In this Expedition, we will travel to the eastern region of the Democratic Republic of Congo in Africa to learn how Congolese coffee farmers produce coffee. With the help of the Eastern Congo Initiative – an organization that works to assist farmers in Congo and helps to bring their products to the world – we will meet the hardworking people behind the Congolese coffee boom.
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New*Explore Congo with Eastern Congo Initiative1 - Sunrise in Goma
2 - The “Green Lake”
3 - The Streets of Turunga
4 - Coffee farming in Rural Congo
5 - How farmers make coffee in Congo
6 - Birere Street Festival
7 - A school supported by Eastern Congo Initiative
8 - Playtime at Un Jour Nouveau
Democratic Republic of CongoWelcome to the eastern region of the Democratic Republic of Congo in central Africa. The people of Congo have faced war, famine, and disease, yet continue to build their country with hope and determination. Eastern Congo Initiative is proud to show students the awe-inspiring beauty and resilient spirit of this deserving nation.
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New*The Duke Lemur Center1 - Coquerel's Sifaka
2 - Red Ruffed Lemur
3 - Aye-aye
4 - Blue-Eyed Black Lemur
5 - Ring-tailed Lemur
6 - Kitchen at the Duke Lemur Center
North Carolina, USAThe Duke Lemur Center in Durham, North Carolina (USA) has the largest collection of captive lemurs outside of Madagascar. Its mission is to advance lemur science and conservation, and is also open to the public for guided tours.
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New*Can Ruffed Lemurs See Red?1 - Black and White Ruffed Lemurs
2 - SMARTA Research Machine
3 - Inside SMARTA and Research Station
4 - Inside Lemur Enclosure With Ravo
5 - Inside Lemur Enclosure With Halley
6 - Color Vision Research Trial With Halley
North Carolina, USARuffed lemurs are usually colorblind—all males are—but some females can see something the others can’t: the color red. But how do you ask a lemur to tell you what they see? Learn about Raymond Vagell’s color vision research at Duke Lemur Center. He asks lemurs to show him whether they can see red using a touchscreen.
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New*West Side Story: The Play and the City1 - New York Tenements from Germantown to Chinatown
2 - Vacant Lots
3 - Urban Wastelands
4 - Fire Escapes
5 - Graffiti
6 - Teenage Hangouts: Drug Stores to Bodegas
Various Locations, USAThe 1957 Broadway production of West Side Story tried to bring the darkness, edge, and grit of New York City to the stage via choreography, costume, and music. Scenic designer Oliver Smith was part of that effort. For each scene, he built a stark, minimalized representation of the streets of Manhattan. Tenement buildings, flimsy fire escapes, graffitied walls, chain-link fences and towering bridge supports gave the production an air of tension and entrapment. This was an environment where characters had to fight for every scrap of power or hope.
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New*The Making of West Side Story the Movie1 - Lincoln Square: Original Setting
2 - 68th Street and Amsterdam Avenue
3 - 110th Street: Prologue
4 - ‘The Lot,’ Formerly Samuel Goldwyn Studios
5 - TCL Chinese Theater
6 - 34th Academy Awards: Santa Monica Civic Auditorium
Various Locations, USAAfter the 1957 Broadway musical became an international hit, Hollywood created its own version of West Side Story, which opened in 1961. Though the screenplay was reworked for film, and the order of some songs was switched, the most exciting elements of the musical remained: the dynamic choreography, the Shakespearean plot, and Leonard Bernstein’s classic songs and score. Using a combination of location shots in New York and stylized sets in Los Angeles, the filmmakers created a startling visual representation of the streets of Manhattan.
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New*Le Morne Cultural Landscape1 - Le Morne Brabant - Slave Route Monument
2 - Le Morne was Proclaimed National Heritage
3 - Hiking - Le Morne Brabant Mountain
4 - South-East Trade Winds at Le Morne Brabant
5 - Le Morne Brabant Mountain Range View from La Prairie Beach
6 - Mangrove Plantations near Le Morne Brabant
7 - A Closer Look at the Mangrove Plantation
MauritiusLe Morne Cultural Landscape, a rugged mountain that juts into the Indian Ocean in the southwest of Mauritius was used as a shelter by runaway slaves, maroons, through the 18th and early years of the 19th centuries. Protected by the mountain’s isolated, wooded and almost inaccessible cliffs, the escaped slaves formed small settlements in the caves and on the summit of Le Morne.
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New*Fossils and Earth's History1 - Palisades, Clarno Unit
2 - Blue Basin, Sheep Rock Unit
Various LocationsThe John Day Fossil Beds National Monument is in northeastern Oregon. It was established in 1975 to protect fossils in the John Day River Basin. The monument includes over 14,000 acres divided into three units: Sheep Rock, Painted Hills, and Clarno. Plant and animal fossils dating from 44 million to 5 million years old have been found in the monument lands. The Thomas Condon Paleontology Center in the Sheep Rock unit supports research and learning about the monument’s fossil resources.
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New*Survival in an Ecosystem1 - Uzon Caldera
2 - Valley of the Geysers
RussiaThe Kronotsky Reserve is located on the Kamchatka Peninsula, in eastern Russia. It is a conservation, scientific, and ecological education institution whose territory includes coastal forest, marsh, alpine tundra, and mountain forest ecosystems. The reserve is part of the Volcanoes of Kamchatka UNESCO World Natural Heritage site. Hundreds of Kamchatka brown bears inhabit the protected reserve, which is also home to sable, reindeer, sea otters, and over 200 species of birds.
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New*What Is the Story of the Constitution?1 - Mount Vernon, Virginia: George Washington’s Home
2 - Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
3 - The National Archives, Washington, D.C.
Various Locations, USAVisit various locations around the United States and discover the story of the Constitution.
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New*Why do people migrate?1 - Political Causes of Migration: A Refugee Crisis
2 - Historic Migration: The Atlantic Slave Trade
3 - Moving Towards a New Life: Ellis Island
Various LocationsToday the world is witnessing an unprecedented movement of people. This movement of people from one location to another is called migration. It can occur over long distances or short. It can be temporary, permanent, voluntary, or forced. There are over 244 million migrants in the world today. In this expedition we will explore historic and contemporary migrations, and their impact on the people who move and the places where they settle. Let’s start the journey.
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New*Science Is Everywhere: Matter and Changes1 - Fireworks: The Rockets’ Red (and Orange) Glare
2 - Anhumas Abyss: A Wonder Underneath Your Feet
3 - Tiger and Turtle: A Twisted Tale
4 - Mount Yasur: Another Day, Another Eruption
Various LocationsScience isn’t just facts about the natural world in a textbook, or labs you do in the classroom. The laws and interactions of nature happen all around you, all of the time. In this field trip, we will explore matter and its properties, and how matter interacts and changes. Let’s go dig deeper into some incredible displays of matter!
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New*4thUrbanArt Biennale®, Völklinger Ironworks1 - The Burden Hall
2 - Entrance - 2nd Room
3 - Room 3 - Gallery
4 - The Great Stage
5 - The Small Stage
6 - The Small Gallery, Part 1
7 - The Small Gallery, Part 2
8 - The Fan Hall
9 - The Social Room at the Sinter Plant
GermanyThe leading global urban art biennale at one of the world’s most fascinating locations: The 4th UrbanArt Biennale® at the World Cultural Heritage Site Völklinger Ironworks presents 100 artists with 150 artworks from 17 countries and 4 continents. The exhibition exemplifies the 21st-century art form that emerged from graffiti. This year’s focus are works from South America.
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German: Die UrbanArt Biennale in der Möllerhalle, Weltkulturerbe Völklinger Hütte
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New*What happens to your poo when you flush the loo?1 - The Screens
2 - Primary Settlement Tanks
3 - Aeration Lanes
4 - Final Settlement Tanks
5 - The Outfall
6 - ‘Poo Power’ at the Digester
7 - Cake
8 - Storm Tanks
9 - Entering a Victorian Sewer
10 - In a Victorian Sewer
EnglandHave you ever wondered what happens to your poo when you flush the loo? Or what happens to the water going down the drain when you wash the dishes? In this Expedition, Thames Water will take you on a tour of a waste water, or sewage, treatment works, where we’ll follow the path of your washing up water and your poo as they are recycled into clean and usable products.
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CareerCareer Expedition: Chatsworth Livestock Farmers1 - Farming at Chatsworth
2 - Tractor
3 - Visiting the Farm
4 - Tagging and Vaccination
5 - Lambing
6 - Farm Management
Various LocationsMeat production can harm the environment, using up a lot of land and water resources and creating climate-warming emissions – with beef much worse overall than pork or chicken. One way that some farmers offset these impacts is by sustainable farming – this uses local abattoirs and sells its meat locally. That’s exactly what the farmers here on the Chatsworth Estate do. Let’s take a look at their work.
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New*Valparaiso University1 - Brown Field
2 - East Lawn
3 - Chapel of the Resurrection
4 - Christopher Center for Library and Information Resources
5 - Beacon Hall Student Room
6 - Duesenberg Welcome Center
7 - Chapel Lawn
8 - Founders Table
9 - Brauer Museum of Art
10 - Virtual Learning Center
11 - James S. Markiewicz Solar Energy and Research Facility
12 - Athletics-Recreation Center (ARC)
Valparaiso, INFounded in 1859, Valparaiso University (Valpo) is a selective, independent Lutheran institution in the city of Valparaiso, Indiana, just one hour southeast of Chicago. Valpo provides a state-of-the-art education within a liberal arts setting, bringing together people from a variety of backgrounds and beliefs who learn from and challenge one another in the pursuit of knowledge and truth.
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New*Color Blindness in Lemurs1 - The lemur family
2 - Forests and fruits in normal vision
3 - Forest and fruits in red-green colorblind
4 - Fossas and color blindness
Not ApplicableLemurs are a group of small primates found only on the small island of Madagascar. Due to Madagascar’s highly variable climate lemur evolution has produced a wide range of species, remarkable for such a small geographic area. Studies into Lemur’s visual system has revealed what colors these creatures can, and cannot see.
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New*For frogs sake – the wonderful world of frogs1 - Reproduction – new kids in the pond
2 - Metamorphosis – the remarkable transformation
3 - The variety of living spaces
4 - Threats to amphibians – it’s not easy being a frog
5 - Frogs & Friends give amphibians a voice
6 - Foot-flagging frogs in Vienna
Vienna, AustriaFrogs are an important part of natural ecosystems. Unfortunately, they are endangered, mostly because of the influence of humans. Frogs & Friends is an organisation that educates about the importance of amphibian conservation. We will take a tour around the pond and learn more about the world of frogs – how they reproduce, where they live and why are they in danger. We will peek into the exhibition in Schönbrunn Zoo in Vienna, and hear more about the communication in frogs.
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New*A Dickens Christmas1 - The Nursery
2 - The Drawing Room
3 - Dining Room
4 - The Kitchen
5 - The Laundry
London, EnglandAlthough not celebrated as much nowadays, during Victorian times and in previous centuries, Twelfth Night, the last night of the Christmas season, was one of the biggest feast days of the winter holidays, with dancing, games, performances and plenty of food and drink for everyone. In the home of Charles Dickens and his wife Catherine at 48 Doughty Street in London, the party included a theatrical show in which family and friends, including the children, dressed up and acted out scenes from Dickens's own stories, as well as popular folk tales. Mamie Dickens, one of Charles Dickens's daughters, later remembered these shows as ‘those merry, happy times’. Join this Expedition to the Charles Dickens Museum and take part in some of the family cheer.
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New*Christmas Lights of London1 - Bond Street
2 - Oxford Street
3 - Regent Street
4 - Carnaby Street
5 - Covent Garden
6 - The Strand
London, EnglandChristmas lights have a long history. The Christmas tree decorated with wax candles and ornaments has its origins in 16th century Germany. In the mid-1800s, Christmas trees were popularized in Britain when a print appeared showing Queen Victoria and Prince Albert with their children gathered around a fir tree decorated with ‘fairy lights’. In 1882, Thomas Edison’s partner Edward H. Johnson hand wired coloured electric bulbs in a string to decorate his Christmas tree, but electric Christmas lights didn’t become affordable to the public until the 1920s. Back in Britain, London’s renowned department store Selfridge’s put on a lighted Christmas display as early as 1935. In 1954, Christmas lights went up along the length of Regent Street for the first time, and a tradition was born. On this yuletide Expedition, we’ll stroll the streets of London’s West End to get a look at some spectacular Christmas lights.
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New*Human Cultural Evolution1 - The Great Leap Forward
2 - Climate change and human evolution
3 - Evolution of Art
4 - The rise of agriculture
5 - The development of families
6 - The future of evolution
Not ApplicableCultural evolution is the idea that the development of different technologies, behaviours, languages and traditions follow a similar pattern as genetic evolution which was described by Charles Darwin in 1858. This expedition will explore some key breakthroughs in human cultural evolution including the development of art, agriculture and technologies.
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New*Physics of Flight1 - Lift
2 - Gravity
3 - Thrust
4 - Drag
5 - Other Flying Machines
6 - Natural flight
Not ApplicableMan has dreamed of taking flight for thousands of years. It wasn’t until 1903 that man managed to take to the sky using a heavier-than-air aircraft. Since the Wright brothers invention aviation has evolved rapidly with today’s heaviest aircraft, the Antonov An-225 Mriya able to take flight despite its 640 tonne weight. How are these aircrafts able to fly?
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New*Friction1 - History
2 - Static Friction
3 - Rolling Friction
4 - Kinetic Friction
5 - Fluid Friction
6 - Reducing Friction
Not ApplicableFriction is the force which resists movement between objects. Friction is not considered to be a fundamental force - a force that is necessary in order for the universe to function. Friction does not only occur in visible objects but also within air and water. Many human made objects need to take into account friction in their design and either mitigate its influence or use it to its advantage.
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New*Historic Sites of Lewis: Callanish Standing Stones1 - Historic Island
2 - Callanish Stones
3 - Lost in Time
4 - Digging Deeper
5 - Evolving Theories
6 - What We Leave Behind
Isle of LewisThe Isle of Lewis is part of an archipelago of islands to the west of mainland Scotland. It is a remote place with stunning scenery and rich history. Dotted across the island are sites that date back hundreds, even thousands of years. It’s a truly remarkable place where stones that have faced nature’s most brutal forces still stand to tell of stories past.
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New*Life in the Black-house: Arnol, Isle of Lewis1 - Home Sweet Home
2 - Inside the Blackhouse
3 - Under One Roof
4 - New House
5 - A Different Style of Living
6 - Old and New
Isle of LewisThe remote islands on the north-west coast of Scotland have been inhabited for thousands of years. With the Atlantic Ocean on one side, the island of Lewis is battered with fierce storms and crashing waves. Island life can be harsh, and buildings must be built to last. The stone black-houses in the village of Arnol show how the way of life changed very little for hundreds of years, and how modern buildings have replaced these traditional structures.
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CareerHydro Group Manager, Ross Galbraith1 -Cruachan Power Station
2 - Early Career
3 - Widening Expertise
4 - Moving into Managment
5 - Control Room
6 - Future of the Industry
ScotlandMeet Ross Galbraith, head of UK hydro at ScottishPower. Ross is responsible for
managing all of the company’s hydroelectric power plants. Hydroelectricity uses the
energy of moving water to generate power.
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New*Forensic Science1 - History of forensic science
2 - Toxicology and ballistics
3 - Trace evidence
4 - DNA evidence
5 - Forensic entomology
6 - Fire forensics
Not ApplicableForensic science is used for many reasons. It can help investigators determine how an accident has occurred, gives clues which can lead to the arrest of criminals and can be used to find out how people died. It is an essential part of providing justice for victims and their families and also vital in improving the safety of vehicles and devices. A forensic scientist’s job is to collect and preserve evidence after a crime or an accident. This evidence is analysed using strict scientific methods and can be used in a court of law to prove innocence or guilt.
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CareerCareer Expedition: Ecologist1 - Ecologists
2 - Preparing for Survey
3 - Surveying for Bats
4 - At Height Survey
5 - Portected Species Survey
6 - Assessing the Data
ScotlandHumankind makes a major impact on the environment. From housing to roads, power stations to waste treatment, the vast majority of modern facilities impede on habitats and wildlife. That’s why there are legal regulations in place requiring assessments to be made that help minimise the impact a development may have. Much of this work is carried out by ecologists, like the ones who work for MacArthur Green in Scotland.
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New*Exploring the Desert1 - Expedition Starts
2 - On the Look Out
3 - Back at Camp
4 - Discovering Desert Secrets
5 - Dark Desert Nights
6 - Reviewing the Data
West SaharaOver the past 10 years, a group of ecologists working with Association Nature Initiative, a local NGO, embarked on an incredible journey to Western Sahara. Their objective was to place and collect camera traps in a variety of locations in order to capture images of wildlife. They hope to further people’s understanding of the animals that live in this remote region, an area almost completely unexplored by ecologists.
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New*Chatsworth: Farm to Table1 - What is Farm-to-Table Produce?
2 - Breeding Cows
3 - Sheep
4 - Butchering the Meat
5 - Chatsworth Farm Shop
6 - Fresh Produce
Berbyshire, EnglandPeople are increasingly aware of the ways that what they eat affects the world they live in – in particular, how meat production can harm the environment. The farm-to-table concept was developed to offset some of these effects. In simple terms, farm-to-table produce is sold or consumed close to where it is grown, with an emphasis on sustainability and animal welfare. Let’s explore Chatsworth Estate in the Peak District in Derbyshire, England, to see how it produces high-quality beef and lamb.
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New*Jonathan Yeo, Portrait Artist1 - Portrait Sitting
2 - Artist's Paint Palette:
3 - Preparation Area
4 - Artist's Showroom
5 -Mock-up exhibition room 1
6 -Mock-up exhibition room 2
London, EnglandMeet Jonathan Yeo, an artist who lives and works in London. Jonathan works mainly in oil paint and is known for painting portraits of well-known people such as peace activist Malala Yousafzai, comedian David Walliams and fellow artist Damien Hirst.
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New*Rock Climbing In Corsica1 - The Approach
2 - Alta Rocca Mountains
3 - Climbing Delicatessen
4 - The Air Up There
5 - Composition and Erosion
6 - The Valley Below
7 - The Safety in Gear
8 - The Island of Corsica
CorsicaRock climbing expedition explores difficult climbing in the Southern Corsican Alps. Climbers approach, climb, and summit a difficult route (Delicatessen 5.14). Shows all the climbing pitches and safe climbing, and explores the geology, environment, and history of Corsica.
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New*Cistercian Monastery Of Veruela1 - Entrance to the Monastery of Veruela
2 - Cloister
3 - Chapter house
4 - Interior of the church
5 - Refectory
6 - Outer patio of the cloister
Zaragoza, SpainA tree-lined avenue leads to the church and the monastery. The monastery is one of more than 350 that the Cistercian Order built in 12th-century Europe. Robert of Molesme had founded the order in France in 1098. The Cistercians built their monasteries in remote areas so the monks could lead pious lives in isolation and without luxuries. In the 19th century many monasteries were abolished. The new monastery became a hotel, where the poet Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer lived.
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New*The South American Pole of Inaccessibility1 - The City of Arica, Chile
2 - The Andes Mountains
3 - Mountain Town of Putre, Chile
4 - Lauca National Park
5 - Oruro City
6 - Brazilian border (Brazilian-side)
7 - Farmland of central Mato Grosso
8 - The South American Pole of Inaccessibility
Various LocationsStarting on the north-west coast of Chile, The Turner Twins cycled over the Andes mountains ascending 33km by bike, crossed the famous Atacama desert, traversed volcanoes and salt flats and then crossed the world’s largest swamp area, The Pantanal. The journey totalling over 2,500 km, crossed through Chile, Bolivia and the Brazilian State of Mato Grosso before reaching the South American Pole of Inaccessibility.
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New*Four Seasons of Historic Korean Faming Society1 - The Land of Korea
2 - Exhibition of the Korean Way of Life
3 - Spring
4 - Summer (Weeding & irrigation)
5 - Summer (Weaving hemp cloths)
6 - Autumn (Gratitude)
7 - Autumn (Harvest)
8 - Winter (Hunting)
9 - Winter(Gimjang, Kimchi-making in winter)
Republic of KoreaThis exhibition, shows the year-long process of farming with artifacts and increases understanding of agricultural society with explanations of the artifacts and information on seasonal agricultural customs.
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Korean: 사계절로 보는 한국의 농경사회
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1066 Battle of Hastings, Abbey and Battlefield1 - View Across the Battlefield
2 - Battlefield with Norman Soldier Leaning on a Shield
3 - The Common Room Beneath the Dormitory
4 - The Walled Garden
5 - East Range and Latrines
6 - Harold Stone and Abbey Church
EnglandOn his deathbed in 1066, the childless English king, Edward the Confessor, nominated as his successor Harold Godwinson, the leader of England’s leading noble family. However, it seems that earlier in his reign Edward had also promised the throne to his cousin, William, who ruled the Duchy of Normandy across the English Channel. When Edward died and Harold assumed the role of king, William chose to fight for the crown. At the Battle of Hastings, which took place in October 1066, Harold was defeated. William was crowned two months later, on Christmas Day, in Westminster Abbey. Later, as an act of penance for the bloodshed caused by his conquest of England, William built Battle Abbey on the site of the Battle of Hastings in East Sussex. In this Expedition, we’ll explore both the battlefield and what remains of the abbey.
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4-H: Growing the Next Generation of Tech Leaders1 - 4-H Headquarters
2 - The Dairy Farm - In the Barn
3 - The Dairy Farm - In the Workshop
4 - The Community Center
5 - The Community Center - In the Recording Studio
6 - Big Stone Lake
7 - Big Stone Lake - Building an R.O.V.
Various Locations, USA4-H is the nation’s largest youth organization and has been around for over 100 years! 4-H has grown politicians, -- including a United States President and 2 Vice Presidents -- Nobel Prize winners, Hall of Fame athletes, and icons in music, art, entertainment and technology. The skills that 4-H’ers learn benefit them for the rest of their lives in the workforce and beyond. Check out some projects that 4-H’ers have developed to better their communities, while learning life skills in the process.
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7 New Wonders of the World1 - The Taj Mahal
2- The Great Wall of China
3 - The Colosseum of Rome
4 - Chichén-Itzá
5 - Petra
6 - Rio de Janeiro
7 - Machu Picchu
Various LocationsVisit the new seven wonders of the world like you never experienced before. This collection contains unique aerial views of the new seven wonders of the world. Available Lesson Plans:
Sept Nouvelles Merveilles Du Monde - https://goo.gl/PLmQL0
How were the Wonders of the World selected? - https://goo.gl/vmp0HS
Living on the Edge at Machu Picchu - https://goo.gl/MLd9p0
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9/11 Memorial & Museum
1 - 9/11 Memorial North
2 - 9/11 Memorial South
3 - Inside the Museum
4 - Memorial Hall
5 - Center Passage
6 - Foundation Hall
7 - Memorial exhibition “In Memoriam”
8 - Education Center
9 - Historical exhibition “September 11, 2001”
New York City, USAAn educational guide on the history of 9/11, the design of the 9/11 Memorial & Museum, and some of the artifacts preserved in its collection.
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A Day in the Life of a Surgeon1 - Into X-ray
2 - Taking the Picture
3 - Surgical Assessment
4 - Joint Assessment
5 - The Stage is Set
6 - During the Operation
7 - In Recovery
Various Locations in the U.K.Dr Nick Cooke takes us into his hospital theatre, allowing us to meet his patients and showing how he transforms the lives of those who need his help. Follow Dr Cooke's example and discover how to become one of the UK’s leading surgeons.
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College TourA First Look at College1 - You Belong in College
2 - How Do I Pay for College?
3 - Where Do You Live at College?
4 - May I See a Typical Student’s Room?
5 - Inside a College Dining Hall
6 - What Are Classes Like In College?
7 - What do College Students Do Outside of Class?
8 - Do You Play a Sport? Or Watch Sports?
9 - Inside a College Library
10 - College Landmarks and Traditions
United StatesEspecially useful for low-income and first-generation-to-college youth, students learn about the college experience, not a specific school. The expedition addresses questions: Why go to college? What are the barriers to going? Do I belong at college? How could I pay for it? Where do you live? What do you study? It is designed as a preamble, a first look, at a postsecondary degree at a traditional four-year college or a two-year community college.
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A Journey Along the Great Barrier Reef1- Lady Elliot Island
2- Heron Island
3- Myrmidon Reef
4- Yongala Shipwreck
5- Cod Hole
6- Opal Reef
7- Ribbon Reefs
8- North Broken Passage
Great Barrier Reef, AustraliaJoin us on an underwater journey along the largest living structure on the planet and one of the natural wonders of the world - Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. Learn about this awe-inspiring coral reef environment and meet its fascinating marine creatures.
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A Journey to the Mesozoic at the Senckenberg Nature Museum in Frankfurt1 - The Senckenberg Nature Museum in Frankfurt
2 - Dinosaurs – Prehistoric Giants
3 - Marine Reptiles – Aquatic Giants
4 - Marine Reptiles – Reptiles of the Mesozoic
5 - Do Dinosaurs Still Exist Today?
Frankfurt, Germany
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German: Eine Reise ins Erdmittelalter im Senckenberg Naturmuseum Frankfurt
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A Life Tale1 - A sparkle of life
2 - To conquer and vanish
3 - The formidable lizards
4 - Back to the sea
5 - Here come the Mammals
6 - A wonderful radiation
7 - Primates
Various LocationsA five billion years journey, from the very beginning of the Solar System to the radiation of Mammals and the appearance of our own species.
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A National Trust Britânica1 - Monte St. Michael
2 - Kedleston Hall
3 - Ilha de Brownsea
4 - Lyveden New Bield
5 - A Stourhead House e os jardins
Inglaterra
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A Tour of Ulster Museum, Northern Ireland1-Elements of the Universe and Earth
2-Elements of Death
3-Dinos in the Pit
4-Fossils and Evolution Gallery
5-Early Peoples—Prehistoric Ireland
6- Ancient Egypt
7-Spanish Armada 1588—Treasures from the Girona
8-Living on a Divided Island"
Northern Ireland, UKNorthern Ireland’s Ulster Museum is home to rich collections of art, history and natural sciences. The history galleries tell the story of the people of Ireland from their first arrival until the present day, while the science collections uncover the story of life on Earth from earliest times and explain the forces that have shaped our environment. The Ulster Museum’s Art collection contains examples of Irish art, alongside works by internationally-renowned greats.
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A Trip to Elizabethan Bristol1 - The Garden
2 - The Great Oak Room
3 - The Bedroom
4 - The New Oak Room
5 - The Parlour
6 - The Staircase
7 - The Reception Room
8 - The Print Room
9- The Mary Carpenter Room
Bristol, EnglandLocated in Bristol, England, the Red Lodge is the only Tudor house in the city that has survived intact. Built in around 1580 during the reign of Elizabeth I for a wealthy gentleman, the lodge was set in the gardens of a great house and used for entertaining guests. A visit to Red Lodge—real or virtual—is a journey back to the England of the late 16th century.
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A Trip to the North Pole1 - A Trip to the North Pole
2 - Who Lives at the North Pole?
3 - The ice
4 - An Abandoned Station
The North PoleIn this Expedition we’ll board a Russian “icebeaker” and traverse the icy Arctic Ocean to the North Pole. Along the way we’ll learn about three different poles in the Arctic Circle, the Midnight Sun, the Arctic’s animal inhabitants, and some of the explorers who preceded us to this difficult-to-reach and inhospitable location.
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A walk through the Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales (MNCN)1 - Fossil vertebrates
2 - Big Fossil Mammals
3 - Biodiversity
4 - Representative fauna of the National Park Sierra de Guadarrama
5 - The Royal Cabinet of Natural History
Various Locations
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Spanish: Un paseo por el Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales (MNCN)
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Aboard the German research vessel SONNE1 - Deep-sea research
2 - The bridge
3 - Cabin
4 - Working deck
5 - Working area in front of the hangar
6 - The hangar
7 - The hydroacoustics headquarters
8 - Kitchen
9 - Mess
10 - Engine room
11 - Dry Lab
GermanyThe German research vessel SONNE is a ship designed to explore the deep see. Since launching in November 2014, German and International scientists have been investigating the deep sea in the Indian and Pacific Oceans, discovering unknown life forms on the ocean floor, examining mineral deposits and attempting to reveal the secrets about the history of the planet and climate, using modern research equipment. Their findings should help us to better understand and protect the biggest habitat on earth.
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German: An Bord des deutschen Tiefseeforschungsschiffes SONNE
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Adaptation
1 - The most complete Stegosaurus
2 - Human evolution
3 - Lasting impressions
4 - Birds
5 - Sea dragons
7 - Marine crocodiles
Various LocationsThis is the most complete Stegosaurus fossil skeleton ever found, missing only its left foreleg, the base of its tail, and a few other small bones. Because all of the bones in this fossil belonged to a single animal, the specimen shows better than ever before what Stegosaurus would have looked like in life, around 150 million years ago.
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Admiral at War: Nelson and HMS Victory1 - A Call to Arms
2 - The Great Cabin
3 - Clear Away the Hammocks
4 - A Bite to Eat
5 - The Battle Begins
6 - Seeing the Surgeon
7 - Heading For the Bucentaure
8 - The Trap is Set
United KingdomSet sail and discover the incredible life and stunning battleship of arguably Britain's greatest naval hero: Admiral Horatio Lord Nelson. Step aboard the gangplank and discover the cannons, the apothecary and even where few were allowed: into the Admiral's personal cabin.
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Ahupua‘a: From the Mountains to the Sea
1 - From the Mountains to the Sea
2 - Mānoa Falls
3 - The Dwellings
4 - Kalo
5 - The Beach
6 - The Sea
Various locations, Hawai'iThe Hawaiian ahupua‘a is a land division that extends from the mountains to the sea. It represents the extension of Hawaiian values into the natural surroundings as the Hawaiian belief system emphasizes the interrelationship of nature and people.
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Airlander 10: World's Largest Aircraft1 - Hybrid Air Vehicles: Airlander 10
2 - How Does Airlander 10 Fly?
3 - Engines
4 - Landing System
5 - Airlander Front
6 - The Hangar
Various Locations, UKWelcome to Hybrid Air Vehicles (HAV), the makers of Airlander 10, the world’s largest aircraft. Airlander 10 looks like an old-fashioned (albeit huge) airship, but it combines lighter-than-air technology with modern aeronautical technology to form an innovative kind of aircraft. Airlander 10 can also fly for up to 5 days at a time and has a much lower carbon footprint than other types of air transport. Let’s see how it works!
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Alexander Hamilton and the Ratification of the Constitution1 - Writing the US Constitution
2 - Hanover Square, New York, New York
3 - George Mason’s Gunston Hall in Virginia
4 - Statue of Mercy Otis Warren, Barnstable, Massachusetts
5 - Federalists vs. Anti-Federalists in Albany, New York
6 - Clinton House, Poughkeepsie, New York
Various LocationsAmericans argued and even fought over the adoption of the United States Constitution. Alexander Hamilton and the other Federalists supported the new form of government. Anti-Federalists opposed it. The sites and documents in this Expedition will immerse you in this contentious era.
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Alexander Hamilton and Washington's Presidency1 - Federal Hall, New York City
2 - A plan to build the US Capitol
3 - President's House Site
4 - Washington Sends Troops to Enforce the Law
5 - Congress Hall, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
6 - Touro Synagogue, Newport, Rhode Island
Various LocationsAlexander Hamilton played a key role in George Washington’s Cabinet. President Washington appointed him the first Secretary of the Treasury of the United States. He wrote speeches for the President, helped put down a rebellion, and served as an advisor to Washington on many issues. The following featured sites and documents highlight the challenges of founding a new nation.
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Alexander Hamilton Establishes the US Economy1 - Dey Mansion, Washington’s Headquarters in Wayne, New Jersey
2 - Carpenter’s Hall, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
3 - First Bank of the United States, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
4 - Fraunces Tavern
5 - The Mint of the United States
6 - The Falls of the Passaic, Paterson, New Jersey
7 - Location of Old City Hall, Albany, New York
Various LocationsAlexander Hamilton was the designer of the American financial system. He established a national bank, promoted manufacturing, and paid off US debts from the American Revolution. When Hamilton retired in 1795, he left the United States with the tools to support a thriving economy. Discover the places and documents that illustrate the story of Hamilton’s creation of modern America.
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Alice Austen: Early American Photographer1 - Clear Comfort: Alice Austen House and Grounds
2 - The Formal Parlor
3 - Alice Austen’s Bedroom
4 - Alice Austen’s Darkroom
5 - Austen in Manhattan: Trinity Church
6 - Austen in Manhattan: 48th and Broadway
7 - Austen in Manhattan: Bethesda Fountain
New York City, United StatesThe Alice Austen House is the only museum devoted to a woman photographer in the United States, and one of very few preserved artist’s homes and studios in New York City. Alice Austen, born in 1866, was a trailblazer – a rebel who broke away from the constraints of her Victorian environment and forged an independent life that pushed boundaries of acceptable female behavior and social rules. Her family’s home, Clear Comfort, now the museum, shaped Alice Austen’s experiences, served as her first studio space and darkroom, and opened up to her a world of subjects beyond her comfortable, upper-middle class suburban existence.
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Alice Paul & the Fight for Women’s Equality1 - A Community of Women
2 - How Alice Paul Learned to Lobby for Women’s Equality
3 - Tactics and Strategies of the Women’s Rights Movement
4 - Fight for Women’s Political, Social, and Economic Equality
5 - NWP Headquarters: Home and Office
6 - Why Women Need the Vote
Various Locations, USABelmont-Paul Women’s Equality National Monument tells the story of over a century of activism by American women. Founded in 1916 by Alice Paul and Lucy Burns, the National Woman’s Party established new methods of fighting for equality. In 1929, the NWP, with financial support of suffragist Alva Belmont, purchased the house to serve as the final headquarters and it became a second home for the hardworking members who dedicated their lives to the fight for women’s equality.
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Amazon1- Rio Mariepaua
2- Rio Negro
3- Primary Old Growth - Amazon
4-Manioc Flour Production
5- Tumbira Community
Rio Madeira, Brazil
Brazil
Amazon Forest, Brazil
Amazon Forest, Brazil
Igrega, Brazil
The amazon is a moist broadleaf forest that covers most of the Amazon Basin of South America. This basin covers 2,700,000 sq miles, 2,100,000 sq mi of which are covered by the rainforest.Available Lesson Plans:
Reforestation in the Amazon - https://goo.gl/E1nM57
Rivers - Similarities and Differences - https://goo.gl/G9sl8w
Portuguese: Amazônia
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Ambush Bug1 - Phymatinae
2 - Young Ambush Bug
3 - Full Grown Adults
4 - Well Equiped
5 - Sharing Prey
Various locationsFormally known as the Phymatinae, ambush bugs are known for their great camouflage when waiting for prey. They are a part of a larger group known as assassin bugs.
Available Lesson Plans:
Day in the life of a mini-beast - https://goo.gl/v2DJCu
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America Expands West1 - Outside Fort Mandan
2 - The Corps of Discovery
3 - Studying the Land
4 - Sacagawea and Charbonneau
5 - Preparing to Leave
6 - A Mandan Earth Lodge
7 - Inside the Earth Lodge
8 - Covered Wagons
9 - Cattle Ranching
10 - Chuck Wagon
USAVisit the reconstructed Fort Mandan in North Dakota, where Lewis and Clark stayed in 1804–1805 as they explored the Louisiana Purchase. Lewis and Clark’s expedition, along with others, set the stage for hundreds of thousands of settlers to move into the new western territories. Step inside the fort’s walls to visit the courtyard and peek inside some of the rooms. Go inside a reconstructed Mandan earth lodge. Then visit the prairie to see a covered wagon, a chuck wagon, and learn about cattle ranching on the open range.
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America’s National Parks
1 - Yellow Stone National Park
2 - Grand Prismatic Spring
3 - Yosemite National Park
4 - El Capitan
5 - The Grand Canyon
6 - Everglades National Park
7 - Kilauea Volcano
8 - Tafeu Cove
Various LocationsIn 1872 Yellowstone became the first national park in the United States, and in the world. Since then, the national park system has grown to include an incredible diversity of unique and stunning natural landscapes, all set aside to be protected and enjoyed by the people. On this expedition, you will visit Yellowstone, Yosemite, the Grand Canyon, the Everglades, Hawaii, and American Samoa to see and experience some of America’s truly stunning national parks.
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American Ghost Towns: Goldfield, Nevada1 - Main Street, Goldfield, Nevada
2 - Mines, Saloons and Trains
3 - The Banks of Goldfield
4 - The Cook Bank Interior
5 - The Court and Crime
6 - Goldfield Hotel Porch
7 - Goldfield Hotel Lobby
8 - Columbia Street and The Goldfield Hotel
Goldfield, Nevada, USAGoldfield is nearly halfway between Reno and Las Vegas on Highway 95 through Nevada. In 1908 it was the largest city in Nevada with more than 20,000 people. Today the population is only around 300 hearty souls. In the center of town is a magnificent stone structure completed in 1908, the County Courthouse, which is still in use. Across the street is the fire station, built in 1907.
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American Landmarks
1 - Independence Hall
2 - Washington Monument
3 - The Lincoln Memorial
4 - Mount Rushmore
5 - The Alamo
6 - Gateway Arch
7 - The Grand Canyon
8 - Golden Gate Bridge
9 - Statue of Liberty
Various Locations, USALandmarks are distinctive, important, and symbolic places. Some are natural, while others are human-made. They are instantly recognizable and often historically significant. On this expedition you will travel around the United States to experience nine iconic American landmarks—Independence Hall, the Washington Monument, the Lincoln Memorial, Mount Rushmore, the Alamo, the Gateway Arch, the Grand Canyon, the Statue of Liberty, and the Golden Gate Bridge.
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American Museum of Natural History1- The Bernard Family Hall of North American Mammals
2 - Alaskan Brown Bear
3 - Wolves
4 - Hall of Saurischian Dinosaurs
5 - Glen Rose Trackway
6 - Tyrannosaurus rex
7 - Apatosaurus and Allosaurus
8 - Milstein Hall of Ocean Life
9 - Dolphin and Tuna
10 - Walrus
New York City The American Museum of Natural History is located on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, New York City and is one of the largest museums in the world. The museum complex comprises 27 interconnected buildings housing 45 permanent exhibition halls, in addition to a planetarium and a library. The museum collections contain over 32 million specimens of plants, humans, animals, fossils, minerals, rocks, meteorites, and human cultural artifacts.
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An intimate look inside the National Museum of Iraq1 - Welcome to the National Museum of Iraq
2 - Winged demons and a god of wisdom
3 - Bas reliefs, a cuneiform slab and other relics
4 - The Assyrian Hall’s prized artifacts
5 - A map of the Assyrian state
6 - Statues
Baghdad, IraqAfter the destruction heaped upon archaeological sites by the Islamic State group, the collections at the National Museum of Iraq in Baghdad have taken on greater significance. It's now one of the only places you can find relics from the ancient cities that fell into the extremists' hands. As many as 4,000 archaeological sites are still under the domination of the Islamic State group and around 100 sites have been destroyed, according to Iraqi Culture Minister Firyad Rwandzi. The sites in their grip show the multiple civilizations that rose and fell during Iraq's long history, ranging from mosques, churches and small shrines to large sites of old cities. Fortunately, some of the artifacts from the sites in northern Iraq had been moved long ago to the National Museum.
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Anatomy - Muscular System1 - Skeletal Muscles
2 - Cardiac Muscles
3 - Smooth muscles
4 - Muscles in Detail
5 - Muscles in Action
6 - Looking After Muscles
Human BodyHumans have over 600 skeletal muscles. These muscles, working together with the skeleton, allow us to move. When we are cold and shivering and our muscles are shaking, our brain is telling our muscles to move. When in use, skeletal muscles generate heat, so that we can warm up.
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Anatomy - Nervous System1 - Overview of the Nervous System
2 - The Brain
3 - Nerves in the Body
4 - Neuron Forest
5 - Neurotransmitters
6 - Cell Membrane and Ion Channels
7 - Migraine
8 - Sympathetic vs. Parasympathetic Nervous System
Not ApplicableWe all know what happens when we accidentally touch a hot pot. It hurts! The part of the body that is responsible for sending pain is the nervous system. The nervous system is one of the most complex systems of the human body and it is composed of the brain, spinal cord, and also nerves all over our bodies. This is the system that helps us process information, interact with the world around us, and control our bodies.
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Ancient Beauty: The Woodland of Chatsworth Estate1 - Chatsworth Estate
2 - Ancient Woodlands
3 - Arboretum
4 - Forest School
5 - Forestry Management
6 - The Productive Forest
Derbyshire, EnglandChatsworth House has been home to 16 generations of the Cavendish family, including the current Duke and Duchess of Devonshire. It sits on a raised terrace on the eastern side of the park, overlooking the River Derwent and backed by a steeply rising, well-wooded ridge to the east. Woodland is an important part of the Chatsworth estate and must be carefully managed. Not only does this contribute to Chatsworth’s income, but it also ensures a future for the native wildlife.
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Ancient Greek Art1 - Ancient Greek art in the Altes Museum in Berlin
2 - Paestum, Italy
3 - East Frieze of the Parthenon (Acropolis Museum)
4 - West Frieze of the Parthenon, 442–438 B.C.E.
5 - Parthenon Frieze and Pediment Sculptures, British Museum
6 - Pediment sculptures, Parthenon, c. 438-32 B.C.E. (British Museum)
7 - Caryatid and Column
Various Locations
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Ancient Roman Ruins in England and France1 - South Shields (Arbeia) Roman Fort, c. 120 C.E.
2 - London’s Roman wall, c. 190-225 C.E.
3 - Vindolanda, Roman Fort, 3rd century C.E.4 -
4 - Roman Arch, Besançon, France, late 2nd century
5 - Tour Magne, Nîmes, France
6 - “Triumphal Arch” Orange, France
7 - Amphitheatre, Arles, France
8 - Gier Aqueduct, France
Various LocationsSee how the ancient Romans left their mark in England and France with arches, forts, city walls, theaters and towers.
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Ancient World of Syria1 - Souk al-Hamidiya in Damascus
2 - The Citadel in Aleppo
3 - The Ancient City of Palmyra
4 - Krak des Chevaliers
5 - The Roman Theater of Bosra
6 - The Khalid ibn al-Walid Mosque in Homs
Syria
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Angel Falls1 - A Hidden Wonder
2 - Who Discovered Angel Falls?
3 - Veil of Fog
4 - The Falls
5 - How to visit
Canaima National Park, VenezuelaThe world's tallest uninterrupted waterfall remains undiscovered in the forests of Venezuela for years. You now have the opportunity to visit this breath taking from a unique aerial angles.
Available Lesson Plans:
Visiting Waterfalls - https://goo.gl/lyHBMQ
Creating a Tourist Brochure - https://goo.gl/ZQHLCf
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Angkor Wat1 - Ta Prohm
2 - Faces of Bayon
3 - Towers of Angkor Wat
4 - Statue of Vishnu
5 - The Churning of the Ocean of Milk
CambodiaAngkor is a region of Cambodia that served as the seat of the Khmer Empire, which flourished from approximately the 9th to 15th centuries. The ruins of Angkor are located amid forests and farmland to the north of the Great Lake and south of the Kulen Hills, near modern-day Siem Reap city in Siem Reap Province.
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Animal Research at Imperial College London1 - Animal Welfare
2 - The Rat Room
3 - Social living
4 - Guinea Pigs in Heart Research
5 - Working with mice
6 - The Fish Room
7 - Teaching Students
8 - Scientists and Patients
London, EnglandAnimals play an important part in research at Imperial College London. Not only do they help scientists to study disease, they can help them to develop new treatments and medicines. If a new drug is shown to work and is safe in mammals, it might eventually be used to treat people. Their lives make a huge contribution to science, so their welfare is important to everyone involved.
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Antarctica1-Antarctica's Environment
2 - The Antarctic Peninsula
3 - Port Lockroy
4 - Sir Ernest Shackleton's Hut
5 - Antarctica's Penguins
6 - Leopard Seals
7 - Antarctica's Future
8 - The Real Sotuh Pole?
Antarctica
Cape Royds, Ross Island, Antarctica
Antarctica is Earth's southernmost continent, and contains the geographic South Pole. It is situated in the Antarctic region of the Southern Hemisphere, almost entirely south of the Antarctic Circle, and is surrounded by the Southern Ocean. It is the coldest, driest, and windiest continent, and has the highest average elevation of all the continents.Available Lesson Plans:
Les Manchots & Antarctica Lesson - https://goo.gl/QiiRcv
Humans in Antarctica - https://goo.gl/xz3Jji
Sex Around the World: Asexual and Sexual Reproduction Strategies in the Animal Kindgom - https://goo.gl/XqYI5E
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Antietam1 - Visitor Center
2 - North Woods
3 - The Cornfield
4 - Hagerstown Pike
5 - Bloody Lane
6 - Burnside's Bridge
7 - The Final Attack
8 - National Cemetery
Maryland, USAThe Battle of Antietam was fought on September 17th, 1862, outside the town of Sharpsburg, Maryland. It was one of the most consequential battles of the American Civil War, and to this day remains the bloodiest day in American military history, with more than 23,000 Americans killed, wounded, or missing. The battle was fought between the Union Army of the Potomac under General George B. McClellan and the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia under General Robert E. Lee.
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Apollo: Saturn V Center
1 - Scale Model of Saturn V
2 - Stage 1
3 - Stage 2
4 - Stage 3
5 - Apollo Spacecraft
6 - Lunar Module
Kennedy Space Center, FL
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Arbeia Roman Fort and Museum1 - Panorama of West Gate
2 - Roman Tombstones
3 - Site Foundations
4 - Commanding Officer’s House
5 - Small Finds Gallery
United KingdomStanding above the entrance to the River Tyne, Arbeia Roman Fort guarded the main sea route to Hadrian's Wall. “Arbeia” means simply “of the Arabs”—in the 4th century, the garrison housed Iraqi boatmen. The fort was a key garrison and military supply base to other forts along the Wall and is an important part of the history of Roman Britain. In this Expedition, we’ll look at some artefacts from the fort and learn what fort life was like in those ancient times.
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Archaeological Dating1 - Introduction
2 - Relative Age Dating and Absolute Age Dating
3 - Relative Age Dating — The Principle of Superposition
4 - Relative Age Dating — Correlation By Fossils
5 - Absolute Age Dating Radiometric Methods
6 - Parent and Daughter Atoms
7 - Radiocarbon Dating
8 - Magnetism Dating
9 - The Ratio Mass Spectrometer
Not ApplicableThe Earth is 4.6 billion years old. How did scientists come up with this number? And how do we know that dinosaurs showed up 300 million years ago or that the continents have moved repeatedly since they first formed? If we look at the landscapes where we live, it is hard to imagine that around us was once a lifeless desert or that the ground we walk on was once covered in ice almost half a mile thick.
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Archeon (Dutch)1 - Introductie
2 - Welkom in Gravendam
3 - Ambachten
4 - Het Klooster
5 - Dorestad
6 - Het gilde
7 - De smid en de stal
Archeon, Netherlands
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Architecture Through Time1 - An Iron Age Wooden Fortress
2 - Greek Temples of Stone
3 - Inside the Roman Colosseum
4 - Roman to Romanesque
5 - Gothic Splendour at Westminster Cathedral
6 - The Renaissance Revives Roman Grandeur
7 - The Baroque Style Takes Hold
8 - A Modern Home for Baroque Music
Europe, Various CitiesThe history of architecture reaches back to the beginnings of humanity, to the simple huts of our earliest ancestors. Since then builders have grown ever more skilful, building bolder, ever larger buildings with an increasing sense of scale. In this Expedition, we’ll go back almost 3,000 years and then work our way forward in time. As we travel through time and space, we’ll analyse how human buildings in Europe changed over the centuries.
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College TourArizona State University1 - Graduation
2 - "A" Mountain
3 - Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Building 4
4 - Biodesign Institute
5 - Hayden Lawn
6 - Changemaker Central
7 - Memorial Union
8 - ASU GAmmage
Tempe, Arizona, USAWalk through various vibrant and beautiful college campuses through the world. For these set of tours, Google recently teamed up with Michele Obama's Reach Higher program to bring the college experience directly to students.
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Art, Zika and Politics: Art Basel Miami Beach1 - Art's a Beach
2 - Arts and Politics
3 - Art lovers en masse
4 - The enemy is powerpoint
5 - David remembered
6 - Zika? What Zika?
Miami, FloridaArt has long been synonymous with Miami, and there’s arguably no better time in the year to check out art from around the world than at Art Basel Miami Beach. In its 15th year, the 2016 festival saw nearly 100,000 art buyers, gallery owners and celebrities flood South Florida for all things related to art -- despite a politically charged election year and fears of the Zika virus. Little surprise, much of the art drew on political and social themes.
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Artifacts of the Tuskegee Airmen1 - WWII Rolls Royce Merlin V-12 Aircraft Engine
2 - Tuskegee Airmen Artwork
3 - Tuskegee Airmen Interactive Geographic Chronology
4 - Red Tails P-51 “Mustang” Model
5 - WWII Tuskegee Airmen Uniform
Dallas, Texas, USATake a journey through the history of America’s first African American World War II combat aviators known as the Tuskegee Airmen as we walk through the Frontiers of Flight Museum.

Located within the Museum’s World War II Gallery, is a permanent exhibit of artifacts dedicated to the Tuskegee Airmen of World War II. This exhibit tells the story of how African American pilots and crews overcame racial prejudice at home to become one of America’s elite fighter units in history. Often misunderstood and looked down upon because of their race, American heavy bomber crews soon came to respect the Tuskegee “Red Tails” as they escorted them deep into the heart of Nazi-occupied Germany.
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Astronomy
1 - What is up there?
2 - Our Universe
3 - How do we know what we do?
4 - Life of a star
5 - Our Star - the Sun
6 - Our solar system – The Terrestrial planets
7 - The Gas Giants and Ice Giants
8 - The Moon
SpaceAstronomy is the study of what we know about the universe. We explore our position in space; and discover what stars, planets, and moons really are.
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Aurora Borealis1 - Aurora Borealis and Aurora Australis
2 - Causes of Auroras
3 - Auroras on Other Planets
4 - Aurora’s Size and Color
5 - The Shape of the Aurora
6 - Divine Signs
7 - Auroras on Earth
The Aurora, more commonly known as “Northern Lights” or “Southern Lights,” is an incredible light show found near the earth’s polar regions. It’s caused by the interaction between charged particles from the sun and the Earth’s own atmosphere.
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Australia1 - Downtown Sydney and the Opera House
2 - Sydney Harbor and the Harbor Bridge
3 - The Great Ocean Road
4 - Great Barrier Reef: Hardy and Hook Reefs
5 - Great Barrier Reef: Low Islands
AustraliaAustralia. “Oz.” Down Under. This fascinating country, which is also a continent, and also the world’s largest island, is known for its dramatic desert Outback and beautiful coastline. But Australia also contains tropical rain forests, snow-covered mountains, and the irreplaceable Great Barrier Reef. Its animals, shaped by millions of years of isolation, are found nowhere else on Earth. Australia’s cities may not be as striking as its landscapes, but only because they are some of the safest, most diverse, and most laid-back places in the world. They give Australia a unique mix of fun and comfort amid one of the world’s most unusual ecosystems.
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Australian Government House1 - Government House
2 - State Entrance
3 - State Drawing Room
4 - Small Drawing Room
5 - Small Dining Room
6 - State Dining Room
7 - Governor-General's Study
Government House, Canberra
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Australian Museum Specimens and Stores1 - Palaeontology store
2 - Entomology store
3 - Australia’s deadliest spiders
4 - Big Spiders
5 - Fish Type Collection
6 - Ichthyology wet storage
7 - Ornithology Storage
Sydney, AustraliaThe Australian Museum holds more than 18 million objects in biological, geological and cultural collections. In this expedition, you’ll discover some of the natural science collections stores that contain many specimens of great historical and scientific value.
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