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Alien Adventures: Extraordinary Earth

The Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery in Great Britain offers an interactive project filled with art from all over the world.
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The Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery in Great Britain offers an interactive project filled with art from all over the world. Let the aliens, Borg and Zunk, show you the objects and tell you everything they know about them. Choose a dot on the earth to visit that place. See what piece of art that was chosen to represent that place and let the little aliens explain why they chose it and a little bit about it. You’ll see coins, pottery, and portraits in your travels around the earth.

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