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Wander project Kristiansand part II

The second part of Kristiansand was visiting a pet shop. My wife, or my daughter I don’t remember which one, the one that wasn’t holding the map at the time found a museum. An art museum we discussed, then decided to go to the museum. The arguments about maps were hilarious. If you ask my daughter or wife, they will glare at you! (all the pictures are on the way into the harbor)!

The museum was very nice. They let three international students get the student rate for admission. That was free. My wife and I were 10 Euros, but they honored the fact that US students were visiting their museum, so the kiddos go to go into the museum for free. The Museum was focused on a mix of modern art and traditional older artistic styles. The first exhibit was an interactive video conversation with an amazing artist.

It was on the top floor that the more traditional paintings focused on Kristiansand as it had been 100 years before. The museum was funny, and the map arguments had stopped for a time. The twins were done with the museum in 11 minutes. We ended up spending a lot more time than the 11 minutes it took them to navigate the museum. But it was an amazing experience. We ended up talking to the person that let us in for a good 10 minutes in the end. She was very interested in learning more about the US.

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Written by DocAndersen

I am a long time blogger and technology poster.I focus on what is possible, but I also try to see what is coming. In recent years I have been focused on sharing the memories of my family, as part of my Family History Project.

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  1. Great pictures …. I don’t know why only museums have never interested me and today, not just as history is no exception, World War II … I was in a couple of museums as an elementary school student and in the Louvre in Paris….Great pictures …. I don’t know why only museums have never interested me and today, not just as history is no exception, World War II … I was in a couple of museums as an elementary school student and in the Louvre in Paris
     

     

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