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Sherman Hines Museum of Photography, Liverpool, Nova Scotia, Canada
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In front of the Sherman Hines Museum of Photography. Located in the Historic Town Hall (219 Main Street) of Liverpool in Nova Scotia, Canada.

The museum is a non-profit organization and part of the Rossignol Cultural Centre. It consists of several galleries: Print, Hollogram, Main Gallery, Gallery 1 and 2. On permanent display is an extensive collection of photographic artifacts and striking contemporary work. A variety of exciting new work is regularly exhibited in the Main Gallery.

Copyright: Peter Pook
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Taken: 18/07/2010
Uploaded: 20/07/2010
Updated: 17/09/2014
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