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Osaka Museum of History
Japan

Two Courses have been laid out for touring the Museum. One is the "Highlight Course," which allows you to take in Osaka history in about an hour by drawing attention to the life-size reconstructions, scale models, and key photographs and movies.

The other route follows the "Complete Course", which gives a richer experience by taking you more slowly through the museum so that you can enjoy all of the individual exhibits at your own pace.

For more information, refer to http://www.mus-his.city.osaka.jp/english_iso-8859-1/course/index.html

Copyright: Min Heo
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Taken: 18/04/2010
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Обновлено: 30/09/2014
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