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Fine china objects (plates, cups and saucers, bells, mugs, thimbles) are all popular items in the souvenir trade. Some souvenir stores have china objects decorated with themes local to their region. This cup and saucer were made and decorated in England, but decorated for the Yukon tourist...
This sculpture stands outside the main building of the University of Oulu.
This commemorative medallion is attached to a large rock outside the entrance to the British Antarctic Survey headquarters at High Cross, Madingly Road, Cambridge, UK. The inscription reads: \" Headquarters, British Antarctic Survey was opened by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, KG, KT, OM, 16th...
These nursery rhymes have been translated into Uummarmiutun and adapted to the biology of the Inuvialuit Settlement Region in Canada's northwestern Arctic.Download
This book contains Uummarmiutun versions of three common nursery rhymes (Mary Had a Little Lamb, Itsy-Bitsy Spider, and Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star). The rhymes have been translated and adapted. For example, because an Inuit child is more likely to have a dog than a lamb, the rhyme has been...
This rustic sculpture by Peter Jonsson is found in Badhusparken in central Sweden. The sculpture is a large head roughly carved from wood, placed on a low tree stump. On top of the head is a rusted gas lantern. The title Ljushuvud which translates \"Bright Person\" is a pun.
Sign for Badhusparken or Bath House Park, a beach park in central Sweden. A trail loops through the wooded area behind the beach. Along the trail there are numerous folk-art installations created by local residents. Most are visual jokes or have puns embedded in their titles.