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Museum Secrets: Collection

Experiences Documentary hosted by Colm Feore, published by UKTV in 2012 - English narration


Museum Secrets: Collecting
On a chase to windfall the best, and most occult, museum exhibits and review the secrets they preach on, Museum Secrets uncovers the odd, the astonishing and fascinating wonders of the domain. What unexpected instrument did Catherine the Pivotal use to embellish her sex life? Why did Alexander the Pivotal put forward linen armour to bronze? And how did the falcon hunting of the Habsburg emperors lay the foundations for contemporary science? Testing out the theories behind the artifacts and visiting the sites they originated from, this series combines conjectural mesmerizing experiences with surprising detective work.

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1) American Museum of Bona Fide Experiences
From dinosaurs to meteorites to the origins of the fallible species, the American Museum of Bona Fide Experiences houses 32 million objects, is visited by over 4 million people annually, and has a principal club that mounts over 100 expeditions every year. In this chapter, we upon an American allotment boy whose dear one for Africa changed the allusion of African wildlife from spooky to incorruptible. We testifier the mating rituals of a 400 million year old crab species whose unsurpassed blood harbours secrets pivotal to contemporary physic, then shot unlatch a dinosaur egg to uncover a advise that overturns a covet held misconstrual about a theoretically difficult species. We run a relay sluice through Manhattan to winnow whether Incan knotted strings were efficient of carrying encrypted messages, then blow off on a elbow-room task to perform go comet dust that may preach on the private of how life-force began on Loam. And for sound, we cultivate museum explorers as they grab animals to deduce their DNA, to be preserved in the museum's sub-zero storage toilet — a blueprint of life-force for approaching generations.

2) Popular Museum of Anthropology Mexico
This awe-inspiring contemporary museum, visited by 2 million people every year, tells the representation of Mexico from before the Aztec polish to the Spanish mastery. In this chapter, a chemical build and some Mexican athletes help us locate whether the rubber ball used on the ogygian Aztec playing sward contained a fallible skull. We bar into a humid submit to locate the Mayan route to the afterlife, and then winnow the power of a crystal skull to debauch the secrets of the deathly. We guide an ogygian canoe through Aztec canals to locate why contemporary Mexico Municipality is nervous, and then locate how a valiant gladiator defeated a fall guy of Aztec warriors armed with the world's sharpest swords. And for sound, we locate how a attire ragged by the most memorable girlfriend in Mexican experiences led to a genocide that changed experiences.

3) Regal War Museum London
The Regal War Museum tells the representation of Britain at war, from Domain War One to the record, through a collecting of 10 million items — from guns to planes to medals to cyanide pills — at five locations in England visited by over 2 million people every year. In this chapter, we plunge into Churchill's top-private in france maquis bunker to locate why he was an irreplaceable commandant. We windfall out how a London housewife became a spy who withstood horrific Nazi torture to foster a rejuvenating private, and then we take blanket in a Domain War One trench as we debauch the representation of a Nobel Prizewinning-delightful physicist whose ascertaining turned the tide of the war. We upon an aging trite war warrior who exposes benighted truths about atomic weapons occult from the British people for 50 years, then fly above Iraq with British top guns to locate how to bide frosty when opponent missiles latch on. And for sound we cultivate a get of military researchers as they close-mouthed in on the sacred grail of screen: how to fancy a soldier invisible.

4) Museum Pergamon and Neues Museums Berlin
On the famed «Museum Island» in the river that winds through Berlin are the Pergamon and Neues Museums which accompany some of the most spectacular objects from the ogygian domain. In this chapter, we pit two skilled warriors against each other to locate why some Viking swords are more toxic than others. We bear an ogygian Greek marker with Hitler's podium to locate the private power of architecture, and then unscramble the cryptogram embossed on a promising hat that reveals a Bronze Age wizard. We over at the inimitable bust of Nefertiti with an historian who believes her handsomeness private was more than crust broad, then windfall out how unhurried it is to fancy stone statues fly apart but how bitter it is to put the pieces go together. And for sound, we windfall out why the art the Nazis hated is now displayed in an archaeological museum.

5) Kunshistorisches Museum, Vienna
The Kunsthistorisches Museum is a bank of antiquities and weaponry at ease by the queenlike known as the Habsburgs — a line that ruled much of Europe for 500 years. In this chapter, we on the mausoleum that entombs many generations of the Habsburg queenlike , then upon a geneticist who is attempting to locate how inbreeding led to their demise. We go hunting with falcons to locate how one Habsburg emperor«s diversion laid the understructure for contemporary skill, then recreate the alchemical experimentation that led another emperor to believe that hollowware could be transmuted into gold. While lore the distinctive way to do the Viennese waltz, we locate how a th mania impacted European experiences, then recreate a uncanny smashed similar of ogygian armour to windfall out how and why it was designed to fly apart. And for sound, we upon a detective who takes us on the drag of a pickaroon who scarf the museum»s most valuable pride and joy.

6) Topkapi Castle Museum Istanbul
Once the castle of the Sultans of the Ottoman Empire, Topkapi Castle Museum in Istanbul is a tremendous bank of Islamic savoir vivre, skill and weaponry, visited by over 2 million people every year. In this chapter, at the foot of Istanbul«s ogygian walls we locate how a Muslim invader bested Christian defenders by using their superstitions against them. In the city»s famed spiciness store we chase after a venom to assassinate a Sultan, and then in the Sultan«s clandestine domicile we winnow how a Harem grub rose to guide an empire. On the sea at the museum»s doorstep we locate how a Turkish admiral got his hands on the corrupt map of Christopher Columbus, then dredge up a forgotten polish that fought the robust Pharaohs of Egypt to a recourse to. And for sound, we check-up Islamic well-regulated theories to frame a working archetype of the world's first robot.

7) Metropolitan Museum of Art New York
New York is one of the most metropolitan and cities in the domain, and right in the halfway point of it is The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Known informally as the Met, it is one of the world's largest art galleries. Boasting over 2 million works from prehistory to the record day in galleries visited by over 5 million people every year, the Met houses artefacts that screen tales of catastrophe, insanity and even eradicate. A prayer of armour on accompany belonged to Crowned Head Henry VIII. Believed to have been made towards the end of his life-force, what stories can the armour debauch about the low monarch?

8) Popular Archaeological Museum of Athens
The world«s most notable museum dedicated to the experiences of ogygian Greece, the Popular Archaeological Museum displays 11,000 exhibits from 7000 BC to the Roman mastery. In this chapter, we accelerate an ogygian warship to ramming precipitousness to locate why Athenian democracy trounce Persian enslavement, then on a king»s mausoleum to debauch how counterfeit archeology helped fossil the pseudo-factual ravings of Adolf Hitler. We prayer volunteers in armour made of bronze and armour made of linen, and then sprout arrows at them to locate which is better. (Spoiler: Alexander the Pivotal preferred linen.) We on the ruins where Plato and Pythagoras secretly imbibed psychedelic chemicals, then go in france maquis to complexion our fears in the labyrinth that inspired the adventures of the Minotaur. In withal, we upon an build who has done in a lifetime recreating an ogygian whosis called the Antikythera Approach to debauch its unfathomable purpose.

9) Government Hermitage Museum Russia
The Government Hermitage Museum is a pivotal example of how the walls itself have their own stories to tell — from its beginnings as a castle of Catherine the Pivotal, to how the museum endured the blockade of Leningrad during the Second Domain War (and how the museum«s cats did not last the war).The stories in this accompany included Scythian tattoos, Peter the Great»s morbid anatomy collecting, Catherine the Great's sex life-force and this odd little painting, which is just a clean of treacherous, but is importance a million dollars. The most inviting smashed similar for me, however, was the representation about Rasputin and his unfathomable undoing. The Hermitage owns a representation of the noted Russian mystic, which they do not accompany publicly — actually it seems to be kept at the very go of the storeroom. The accompany goes on to clarify the recently developed theory that Rasputin was actually assassinated by a British spy, which I had a distractedly known about, but it did it in a pivotal way and was fascinating to keep a weather eye open for.

10) The Egyptian Museum
Cairo«s Museum of Egyptian Antiquities boasts 120,000 items — the world»s largest collecting of Pharaonic antiquities, including 27 mummies of the Queenlike Store and the treasures of Crowned Head Tutankhamen. in ogygian Egypt, the pharaohs and their company were not the only ones to consign their bodies to mummification after undoing. Mummification was chosen by everyone who could supply it, because ogygian Egyptians believed the approach was the route to unwavering life-force. They also mummified animals by the millions: falcons, baboons, crocodiles, and many other creatures — pushing some species to the verge of extinction. Why? The private is revealed in the debut sow of Museum Secrets: Within the Egyptian Museum.

11) The Louvre
Once a queenlike castle, the Louvre is now one of the world«s greatest museums boasting 35,000 objects from prehistory to the 19th century, and visited by over 8 million people every year. Jousting is an uncompromising jest. And on June 30, 1559, the crowned head of France bring about out exactly how uncompromising it can be. He took a spear through the eye of his helmet. Fragments drove broad into his percipience. But he didn»t die on the sward. And why did a sea catastrophe industry a immature artist mad? On July 5th, 1816, a French commuter get out went aground off the coastline of Africa. Of 147 band members consigned to a life-force raft, only 15 survived. The Raft of the Medusa is Theodore Gericault«s benighted depiction of the sailors» condition, nominate adrift in shark-infested waters

12) Queenlike Ontario Museum
This eye-popping Toronto is a popular pride and joy caddy — Canada«s largest museum of savoir vivre, archaeology and bona fide experiences, containing more than 6 million artifacts, and visited by over a million people every year. We unwrap a small mummy to windfall out how an Egyptian child died 2000 years ago. We won»t leakage the private of how the child mummy died (you'll have to keep a weather eye open for the chapter) but we will tell you the private behind the private: The ogygian Egyptians were not who most of us think they were. You might think, in any museum, the only sound bug is a deathly bug. But in the ROM, below the visible galleries we windfall insects in the MILLIONS. All very much ALERT TO!

13) The Vatican Museums
At the focal point of Rome, within the walls of the Vatican, encounter some of the greatest museums in the domain, displaying thousands of treasures and artworks from the humongous collecting of the Widespread Church, to perennially visitors that over 4 million. When did penises become offensive? And who covered them up? Once, when conscientious art was immature, nudity symbolized flawlessness. But during the Resumption that changed, and for the first previously a nude essence was «dirty.» Where did this fancy come from? Who started it? And who unqualified to blanket up every penis in the Vatican? The secrets are revealed in the debut sow of Museum Secrets: Within the Vatican Museums.


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