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Museum Video Tours: The Royal Academy Of Arts, London – Summer 2020

Experience the Summer Exhibition like never before with this interactive tour. Visit each gallery with the click of a button and browse or buy the works online.

https://se.royalacademy.org.uk/

Top 2-Hour Walking Tours: ‘Sorrento, Italy’ (Video)

Sorrento is a coastal town in southwestern Italy, facing the Bay of Naples on the Sorrentine Peninsula. Perched atop cliffs that separate the town from its busy marinas, it’s known for sweeping water views and Piazza Tasso, a cafe-lined square. The historic center is a warren of narrow alleys that’s home to the Chiesa di San Francesco, a 14th-century church with a tranquil cloister.

Video Timeline Links: 0:00 Drone Intro & Map 2:38 Walk begins at Piazza Tasso 5:47 Via S. Cesareo 7:57 Limoncello Taste Test 12:02 Sedile Dominova Building 15:12 Chiesa dell’Addolorata 24:00 Church of Saint Mary of the Announcement 26:29 Piazza Andrea Veniero 28:26 Villa Fiorentino 44:27 Bastion of Parsano 48:49 Cathedral of Saints Philip and James 52:04 Piazza Tasso 53:30 Fattoria Terranova Shop 1:04:54 Walk down to Marina Grande 1:10:45 Marina Grande (The Beach) 1:39:05 Piazza della Vittoria 1:42:08 Villa Comunale 1:47:23 Walk Down the Cliff Face 1:51:18 The Beach 1:55:28 Marina Piccola (Tourist Port) 1:59:48 Public Beach 2:09:51 Piazza Sant’Antonino 2:12:31 Piazza Tasso

Virtual Walking Tours: ‘Wengen, Switzerland’

Wengen is a Swiss Alpine village in the Bernese Oberland region. It’s known for its timber chalets and belle époque hotels. The Jungfraubahn railway climbs to Jungfrau summit, with views of the Aletsch Glacier from the Sphinx observation deck. A cable car reaches Männlichen’s slopes and trails, with views of Eiger and Mönch peaks. South of Wengen are the Trümmelbach glacier waterfalls, accessed via underground paths.

Top Virtual Walk Videos: ‘Sigmund Thun Klamm’ Natural Park In Austria

Sigmund Thun Klamm Virtual Walk in 4K

Sigmund Thun Klamm is a natural spectacle that illustrates the effect of elemental forces in a fascinating manner. The powerful tide of the Kapruner Ache cut its way through sturdy rock and stones creating a 320-m-long path lined with vortexes, gradings and pools. A footpath with sturdy wooden footbridges invites guests of all ages on a journey through this magical gorge in Kaprun. Feel the force of the water at every step and learn fascinating facts about the gorge lake near Kaprun on the natural history walk. Don’t forget to visit Kaprun Museum in a 400-year-old farmhouse and immerse yourself in the history of the village.

Kaprun gorge and the museum are located in one of the most beautiful regions in all of Salzburg, and are just perfect for a trip for the whole family. Captivating events in summer top off this truly special experience. Discover the impressive force of water!

OPENING HOURS: 29 May – October | 8.30am – 5.00pm

Website: http://www.klammkaprun.at

Virtual Tours: “Gaughin And The Impressionists”

Step into our galleries to experience ‘Gauguin and the Impressionists: Masterpieces from the Ordrupgaard Collection’. Explore the carefully curated collection of Wilhelm and Henny Hansen, who utilised their exceptional eye for quality to assemble works by Renoir, Monet, Degas, Morisot, Manet and Pissarro among many others.

Photography Exhibitions: “Virtual Encounters – The World Of David Yarrow”

David Yarrow Virtual Encounters

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David Yarrow Virtual Encounters

David Yarrow is a British fine-art photographer, conservationist and author. He has travelled to isolated locations to capture images of wildlife, indigenous communities and landscapes. He currently lives in London.

Virtual Tours: “Sir John Soane’s Museum – London” – “Spectacular Imagery”

TAKE A 3D “DIGITAL TOUR” OF “THE SOANE”

Sir John Soane MuseumThe story of the restoration of Sir John Soane’s Museum in Lincoln’s Inn Fields. Filmed over a period of 6 years, it traces the research, the discoveries and the skills that made transforming this magical place possible. This third episode reveals the painstaking work that went into restoring artworks within the Museum, and the legacy of the project.