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Posted by on Oct 10, 2012 in Internet |

The Google Cultural Institute opened 42 exhibitions online

The Google Cultural Institute opened 42 exhibitions online

The Google Cultural Institute will begin today on its servers hosting a collection of 42 online exhibitions with a timeline from 1905 to 2008, integrating photos, videos, quotes and official documents in a multimedia presentation simple enough occupy where virtually all the material speaks for itself.

The stories cover a series of events that occurred throughout the world where one can learn the story of a loving couple who try to escape from Auschwitz and the video testimony of the first man who told the world about the Holocaust , the history of apartheid in South Africa and the time Mandela was imprisoned , the May ’68 in France , and so on.

This is a new time that Institute seeks to preserve and promote the of online, after Virtual Art Museum with collections of 51 museums worldwide, and its project to show the world’s great monuments . People of Mountain View is now looking for new partners to help them create more exhibits and thus make it available through the site.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dSKATUciBEE

Link: Google documents from Auschwitz to modern history in new web Dolce Vita exhibition (The Verge)

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