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Google Art Project: Virtual Museum Trips to Art Museums around the World. Visit 150 collections/museums from 40 countries- walk through the galleries, or examine art extremely close-up! SO COOL!

Google Art Project: Virtual Museum Trips to Art Museums around the World. Visit 150 collections/museums from 40 countries- walk through the galleries, or examine art extremely close-up! SO COOL!

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