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East Fortune Airfield, EH39 5LF
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Edinburgh Castle, EH1 2NG
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From design classics to cutting-edge catwalk creations, Beyond the Little Black Dress deconstructs this iconic garment and examines the radical power of the colour black in fashion.
A man from Oceania dramatically poses on a beach covered in a shallow layer of water and seaweed. Throwing his head back and striking a 'warrior pose', his long braided hair, traditional dyed cloth wrapping below his waist, and the boat paddle he holds make him seem powerful and heroic.
A new exhibition at the National Museum of Scotland showcasing artworks created in response to the climate crisis in Australia and the Pacific Islands.
Various museum objects
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Fan in European Styles
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View of the underside of the Concorde inside an aircraft hangar
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Woman and man smiling in a gallery with glass cases out of focus..
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A group of carved Lewis chess pieces
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Hydrogen (H), used in mobile phone cases, is found in oil shale.
This mineral can be found in the Restless Earth gallery, on Level 3 of the National Museum of Scotland.
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