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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN-MUSEUM
RTX7M7AT
July 28, 2020
The conservation team at the Natural History Museum clean Hope, a blue whale skeleton during preparations...
London, United Kingdom
The conservation team at the Natural History Museum clean Hope, a blue whale skeleton, in London
The conservation team at the Natural History Museum clean Hope, a blue whale skeleton during preparations to reopen, after the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) caused its closure, in London, Britain July 27, 2020. Picture taken July 27, 2020. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN-MUSEUM
RTX7M7AS
July 28, 2020
The conservation team at the Natural History Museum clean Hope, a blue whale skeleton during preparations...
London, United Kingdom
The conservation team at the Natural History Museum clean Hope, a blue whale skeleton, in London
The conservation team at the Natural History Museum clean Hope, a blue whale skeleton during preparations to reopen, after the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) caused its closure, in London, Britain July 27, 2020. Picture taken July 27, 2020. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN-MUSEUM
RTX7M7AR
July 28, 2020
The conservation team at the Natural History Museum clean Hope, a blue whale skeleton during preparations...
London, United Kingdom
The conservation team at the Natural History Museum clean Hope, a blue whale skeleton, in London
The conservation team at the Natural History Museum clean Hope, a blue whale skeleton during preparations to reopen, after the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) caused its closure, in London, Britain July 27, 2020. Picture taken July 27, 2020. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN-MUSEUM
RTX7M7AO
July 28, 2020
The conservation team at the Natural History Museum clean Hope, a blue whale skeleton during preparations...
London, United Kingdom
The conservation team at the Natural History Museum clean Hope, a blue whale skeleton, in London
The conservation team at the Natural History Museum clean Hope, a blue whale skeleton during preparations to reopen, after the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) caused its closure, in London, Britain July 27, 2020. Picture taken July 27, 2020. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN-MUSEUM
RTX7M7AN
July 28, 2020
A conservation team member at the Natural History Museum cleans Hope, a blue whale skeleton during preparations...
London, United Kingdom
The conservation team at the Natural History Museum clean Hope, a blue whale skeleton, in London
A conservation team member at the Natural History Museum cleans Hope, a blue whale skeleton during preparations to reopen, after the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) caused its closure, in London, Britain July 27, 2020. Picture taken July 27, 2020. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN-MUSEUM
RTX7M7AM
July 28, 2020
A conservation team member at the Natural History Museum cleans Hope, a blue whale skeleton during preparations...
London, United Kingdom
The conservation team at the Natural History Museum clean Hope, a blue whale skeleton, in London
A conservation team member at the Natural History Museum cleans Hope, a blue whale skeleton during preparations to reopen, after the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) caused its closure, in London, Britain July 27, 2020. Picture taken July 27, 2020. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN-MUSEUM
RTX7M7AL
July 28, 2020
A conservation team member at the Natural History Museum cleans Hope, a blue whale skeleton during preparations...
London, United Kingdom
The conservation team at the Natural History Museum clean Hope, a blue whale skeleton, in London
A conservation team member at the Natural History Museum cleans Hope, a blue whale skeleton during preparations to reopen, after the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) caused its closure, in London, Britain July 27, 2020. Picture taken July 27, 2020. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN-MUSEUM
RTX7M7AG
July 28, 2020
The conservation team at the Natural History Museum clean Hope, a blue whale skeleton during preparations...
London, United Kingdom
The conservation team at the Natural History Museum clean Hope, a blue whale skeleton, in London
The conservation team at the Natural History Museum clean Hope, a blue whale skeleton during preparations to reopen, after the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) caused its closure, in London, Britain July 27, 2020. Picture taken July 27, 2020. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez
MUSIC-COLDPLAY/
RTX7AGYK
November 25, 2019
The skeleton of a blue whale hangs above the audience in Hintze Hall as Coldplay performs at the Natural...
London, United Kingdom
Coldplay performs at the Natural History Museum in London
The skeleton of a blue whale hangs above the audience in Hintze Hall as Coldplay performs at the Natural History Museum in London, Britain, November 25, 2019. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
MUSIC-COLDPLAY/
RTX7AGTX
November 25, 2019
The skeleton of a blue whale hangs above the audience in Hintze Hall as Coldplay performs at the Natural...
London, United Kingdom
Coldplay performs at the Natural History Museum in London
The skeleton of a blue whale hangs above the audience in Hintze Hall as Coldplay performs at the Natural History Museum in London, Britain, November 25, 2019. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY/
RTX3BAFY
July 13, 2017
A giant blue whale skeleton is unveiled in the Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum in London, Britain...
London, United Kingdom
A giant blue whale skeleton is unveiled in the Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum in London
A giant blue whale skeleton is unveiled in the Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum in London, Britain July 13, 2017. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY/
RTX3BAFQ
July 13, 2017
A giant blue whale skeleton is unveiled in the Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum in London, Britain...
London, United Kingdom
A giant blue whale skeleton is unveiled in the Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum in London
A giant blue whale skeleton is unveiled in the Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum in London, Britain July 13, 2017. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY/
RTX3B9IL
July 13, 2017
A giant blue whale skeleton is unveiled in the Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum, London, Britain...
London, United Kingdom
A giant blue whale skeleton is unveiled in the Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum, London
A giant blue whale skeleton is unveiled in the Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum, London, Britain July 13, 2017. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY/
RTX3B9IK
July 13, 2017
A giant blue whale skeleton is unveiled in the Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum, London, Britain...
London, United Kingdom
A giant blue whale skeleton is unveiled in the Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum, London
A giant blue whale skeleton is unveiled in the Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum, London, Britain July 13, 2017. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY/
RTX3B9IJ
July 13, 2017
A giant blue whale skeleton is unveiled in the Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum, London, Britain...
London, United Kingdom
A giant blue whale skeleton is unveiled in the Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum, London
A giant blue whale skeleton is unveiled in the Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum, London, Britain July 13, 2017. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY/
RTX3B9II
July 13, 2017
A giant blue whale skeleton is unveiled in the Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum, London, Britain...
London, United Kingdom
A giant blue whale skeleton is unveiled in the Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum, London
A giant blue whale skeleton is unveiled in the Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum, London, Britain July 13, 2017. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY/
RTX3B9IE
July 13, 2017
A giant blue whale skeleton is unveiled in the Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum, London, Britain...
London, United Kingdom
A giant blue whale skeleton is unveiled in the Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum, London
A giant blue whale skeleton is unveiled in the Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum, London, Britain July 13, 2017. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY/
RTX3B9ID
July 13, 2017
A giant blue whale skeleton is unveiled in the Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum, London, Britain...
London, United Kingdom
A giant blue whale skeleton is unveiled in the Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum, London
A giant blue whale skeleton is unveiled in the Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum, London, Britain July 13, 2017. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY/
RTX3B9IB
July 13, 2017
A giant blue whale skeleton is unveiled in the Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum, London, Britain...
London, United Kingdom
A giant blue whale skeleton is unveiled in the Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum, London
A giant blue whale skeleton is unveiled in the Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum, London, Britain July 13, 2017. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY/
RTX3B9I9
July 13, 2017
A giant blue whale skeleton is unveiled in the Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum, London, Britain...
London, United Kingdom
A giant blue whale skeleton is unveiled in the Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum, London
A giant blue whale skeleton is unveiled in the Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum, London, Britain July 13, 2017. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY/
RTX3B9I6
July 13, 2017
A giant blue whale skeleton is unveiled in the Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum, London, Britain...
London, United Kingdom
A giant blue whale skeleton is unveiled in the Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum, London
A giant blue whale skeleton is unveiled in the Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum, London, Britain July 13, 2017. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY/
RTX3B9I3
July 13, 2017
A giant blue whale skeleton is unveiled in the Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum, London, Britain...
London, United Kingdom
A giant blue whale skeleton is unveiled in the Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum, London
A giant blue whale skeleton is unveiled in the Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum, London, Britain July 13, 2017. REUTERS/Hannah McKay TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-ODDLY/
RTX2OJJ1
September 07, 2016
Trenton Duerksen, an exhibition maintenance manager, cleans a 94-foot-long blue whale model at the American...
New York, UNITED STATES
Trenton Duerksen cleans a 94-foot-long blue whale model at the American Museum of Natural History in...
Trenton Duerksen, an exhibition maintenance manager, cleans a 94-foot-long blue whale model at the American Museum of Natural History in Manhattan, New York, U.S. September 7, 2016. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
USA-ODDLY/
RTX2OJJ0
September 07, 2016
Trenton Duerksen, an exhibition maintenance manager, cleans a 94-foot-long blue whale model at the American...
New York, UNITED STATES
Trenton Duerksen cleans a 94-foot-long blue whale model at the American Museum of Natural History in...
Trenton Duerksen, an exhibition maintenance manager, cleans a 94-foot-long blue whale model at the American Museum of Natural History in Manhattan, New York, U.S. September 7, 2016. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
USA-ODDLY/
RTX2OJI8
September 07, 2016
Trenton Duerksen, an exhibition maintenance manager, cleans a 94-foot-long blue whale model at the American...
New York, UNITED STATES
Trenton Duerksen cleans a 94-foot-long blue whale model at the American Museum of Natural History in...
Trenton Duerksen, an exhibition maintenance manager, cleans a 94-foot-long blue whale model at the American Museum of Natural History in Manhattan, New York, U.S. September 7, 2016. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
USA-ODDLY/
RTX2OJI3
September 07, 2016
Trenton Duerksen, an exhibition maintenance manager, cleans a 94-foot-long blue whale model at the American...
New York, UNITED STATES
Trenton Duerksen cleans a 94-foot-long blue whale model at the American Museum of Natural History in...
Trenton Duerksen, an exhibition maintenance manager, cleans a 94-foot-long blue whale model at the American Museum of Natural History in Manhattan, New York, U.S. September 7, 2016. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
USA-ODDLY/
RTX2OJI0
September 07, 2016
Trenton Duerksen, an exhibition maintenance manager, cleans a 94-foot-long blue whale model at the American...
New York, UNITED STATES
Trenton Duerksen cleans a 94-foot-long blue whale model at the American Museum of Natural History in...
Trenton Duerksen, an exhibition maintenance manager, cleans a 94-foot-long blue whale model at the American Museum of Natural History in Manhattan, New York, U.S. September 7, 2016. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
ARGENTINA-CULTURE/
RTX1E72K
May 23, 2015
Visitors look at a recreation of what used to be the office of Argentina's former First Lady Eva Peron,...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Visitors look at a recreation of what used to be the office of Argentina's former First Lady Eva Peron,...
Visitors look at a recreation of what used to be the office of Argentina's former First Lady Eva Peron, at the former Post and Telegraph Palace, now the Kirchner Cultural Center, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 22, 2015. With less than a year to go in her presidency, Cristina Fernandez has sought her place in Argentina's cultural history, unveiling Latin America's largest arts complex, housed in Buenos Aires's historic former Post and Telegraph Palace. Named after Fernandez's late husband and predecessor, Nestor Kirchner, the Kirchner Cultural Center's focal piece is an avant-garde bulbous "blue whale" auditorium. The neoclassical building, revamped by local architects, boasts more than 100,000 square meters (1.08 million square feet). It has no permanent art collection, but will stage exhibits, concerts and shows. Critics have called it an above-budget vanity project. To match story ARGENTINA-CULTURE/ Picture taken on May 22, 2015. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-CULTURE/
RTX1E72J
May 23, 2015
Cutouts of former employees of the Post and Telegraph Palace are seen inside the Kirchner Cultural Center...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Images of former employees of the Post and Telegraph Palace are seen inside the Kirchner Cultural Center...
Cutouts of former employees of the Post and Telegraph Palace are seen inside the Kirchner Cultural Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 22, 2015. With less than a year to go in her presidency, Cristina Fernandez has sought her place in Argentina's cultural history, unveiling Latin America's largest arts complex, housed in Buenos Aires's historic former Post and Telegraph Palace. Named after Fernandez's late husband and predecessor, Nestor Kirchner, the Kirchner Cultural Center's focal piece is an avant-garde bulbous "blue whale" auditorium. The neoclassical building, revamped by local architects, boasts more than 100,000 square meters (1.08 million square feet). It has no permanent art collection, but will stage exhibits, concerts and shows. Critics have called it an above-budget vanity project. To match story ARGENTINA-CULTURE/ Picture taken on May 22, 2015. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-CULTURE/
RTX1E72F
May 23, 2015
Conductor Pedro Ignacio Calderon (C) and musicians from Argentina's National Symphony Orchestra rehearse...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Conductor Calderon and musicians from Argentina's National Symphony Orchestra rehearse in the 'Blue Whale'...
Conductor Pedro Ignacio Calderon (C) and musicians from Argentina's National Symphony Orchestra rehearse in the 'Blue Whale' auditorium in the Kirchner Cultural Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 22, 2015. With less than a year to go in her presidency, Cristina Fernandez has sought her place in Argentina's cultural history, unveiling Latin America's largest arts complex, housed in Buenos Aires's historic former Post and Telegraph Palace. Named after Fernandez's late husband and predecessor, Nestor Kirchner, the Kirchner Cultural Center's focal piece is an avant-garde bulbous "blue whale" auditorium. With wooden slats on the walls evoking a whale's ribs, it will house the nation's previously homeless symphony orchestra. To match story ARGENTINA-CULTURE/ Picture taken on May 22, 2015. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-CULTURE/
RTX1E72E
May 23, 2015
Visitors take pictures inside the Kirchner Cultural Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 22, 2015....
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Visitors take pictures inside the Kirchner Cultural Center in Buenos Aires
Visitors take pictures inside the Kirchner Cultural Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 22, 2015. With less than a year to go in her presidency, Cristina Fernandez has sought her place in Argentina's cultural history, unveiling Latin America's largest arts complex, housed in Buenos Aires's historic former Post and Telegraph Palace. Named after Fernandez's late husband and predecessor, Nestor Kirchner, the Kirchner Cultural Center's focal piece is an avant-garde bulbous "blue whale" auditorium. The neoclassical building, revamped by local architects, boasts more than 100,000 square meters (1.08 million square feet). It has no permanent art collection, but will stage exhibits, concerts and shows. Critics have called it an above-budget vanity project. To match story ARGENTINA-CULTURE/ Picture taken on May 22, 2015. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-CULTURE/
RTX1E72C
May 23, 2015
A replica of Argentina's former First Lady Eva Peron's jacket and sapphire and diamond flag brooch are...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A replica of Argentina's former First Lady Eva Peron's jacket and sapphire and diamond flag brooch are...
A replica of Argentina's former First Lady Eva Peron's jacket and sapphire and diamond flag brooch are seen draped over a chair in what used to be her office at the former Post and Telegraph Palace, now the Kirchner Cultural Center, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 22, 2015. With less than a year to go in her presidency, Cristina Fernandez has sought her place in Argentina's cultural history, unveiling Latin America's largest arts complex, housed in Buenos Aires's historic former Post and Telegraph Palace. Named after Fernandez's late husband and predecessor, Nestor Kirchner, the Kirchner Cultural Center's focal piece is an avant-garde bulbous "blue whale" auditorium. The neoclassical building, revamped by local architects, boasts more than 100,000 square meters (1.08 million square feet). It has no permanent art collection, but will stage exhibits, concerts and shows. Critics have called it an above-budget vanity project. To match story ARGENTINA-CULTURE/ Picture taken on May 22, 2015. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-CULTURE/
RTX1E72B
May 23, 2015
Visitors walk inside the dome on the terrace of the Kirchner Cultural Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina,...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Visitors walk inside the dome on the terrace of the Kirchner Cultural Center in Buenos Aires
Visitors walk inside the dome on the terrace of the Kirchner Cultural Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 22, 2015. With less than a year to go in her presidency, Cristina Fernandez has sought her place in Argentina's cultural history, unveiling Latin America's largest arts complex, housed in Buenos Aires's historic former Post and Telegraph Palace. Named after Fernandez's late husband and predecessor, Nestor Kirchner, the Kirchner Cultural Center's focal piece is an avant-garde bulbous "blue whale" auditorium. The neoclassical building, revamped by local architects, boasts more than 100,000 square meters (1.08 million square feet). It has no permanent art collection, but will stage exhibits, concerts and shows. Critics have called it an above-budget vanity project. To match story ARGENTINA-CULTURE/ Picture taken on May 22, 2015. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-CULTURE/
RTX1E712
May 23, 2015
The facade of the Kirchner Cultural Center is pictured in Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 22, 2015. With...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
The facade of the Kirchner Cultural Center in Buenos Aires
The facade of the Kirchner Cultural Center is pictured in Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 22, 2015. With less than a year to go in her presidency, Cristina Fernandez has sought her place in Argentina's cultural history, unveiling Latin America's largest arts complex, housed in Buenos Aires's historic former Post and Telegraph Palace. Named after Fernandez's late husband and predecessor, Nestor Kirchner, the Kirchner Cultural Center's focal piece is an avant-garde bulbous "blue whale" auditorium. The neoclassical building, revamped by local architects, boasts more than 100,000 square meters (1.08 million square feet). It has no permanent art collection, but will stage exhibits, concerts and shows. Critics have called it an above-budget vanity project. To match story ARGENTINA-CULTURE/ Picture taken May 22, 2015. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-CULTURE/
RTX1E710
May 23, 2015
Musicians from Argentina's National Symphony Orchestra rehearse in the 'Blue Whale' auditorium in the...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Musicians from Argentina's National Symphony Orchestra rehearse in the 'Blue Whale' auditorium in the...
Musicians from Argentina's National Symphony Orchestra rehearse in the 'Blue Whale' auditorium in the Kirchner Cultural Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 22, 2015. With less than a year to go in her presidency, Cristina Fernandez has sought her place in Argentina's cultural history, unveiling Latin America's largest arts complex, housed in Buenos Aires's historic former Post and Telegraph Palace. Named after Fernandez's late husband and predecessor, Nestor Kirchner, the Kirchner Cultural Center's focal piece is an avant-garde bulbous "blue whale" auditorium. With wooden slats on the walls evoking a whale's ribs, it will house the nation's previously homeless symphony orchestra. To match story ARGENTINA-CULTURE/ Picture taken May 22, 2015. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-CULTURE/
RTX1E70Y
May 23, 2015
Visitors walk on the terrace of the Kirchner Cultural Center, near the Casa Rosada Presidential Palace...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Visitors walk on the terrace of the Kirchner Cultural Center in Buenos Aires
Visitors walk on the terrace of the Kirchner Cultural Center, near the Casa Rosada Presidential Palace (L, back) in Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 22, 2015. With less than a year to go in her presidency, Cristina Fernandez has sought her place in Argentina's cultural history, unveiling Latin America's largest arts complex, housed in Buenos Aires's historic former Post and Telegraph Palace. Named after Fernandez's late husband and predecessor, Nestor Kirchner, the Kirchner Cultural Center's focal piece is an avant-garde bulbous "blue whale" auditorium. The neoclassical building, revamped by local architects, boasts more than 100,000 square meters (1.08 million square feet). It has no permanent art collection, but will stage exhibits, concerts and shows. Critics have called it an above-budget vanity project. To match story ARGENTINA-CULTURE/ Picture taken May 22, 2015. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-CULTURE/
RTX1E70X
May 23, 2015
A woman walks down stairs inside the Kirchner Cultural Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 22, 2015....
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A woman walks down stairs inside the Kirchner Cultural Center in Buenos Aires
A woman walks down stairs inside the Kirchner Cultural Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 22, 2015. With less than a year to go in her presidency, Cristina Fernandez has sought her place in Argentina's cultural history, unveiling Latin America's largest arts complex, housed in Buenos Aires's historic former Post and Telegraph Palace. Named after Fernandez's late husband and predecessor, Nestor Kirchner, the Kirchner Cultural Center's focal piece is an avant-garde bulbous "blue whale" auditorium. The neoclassical building, revamped by local architects, boasts more than 100,000 square meters (1.08 million square feet). It has no permanent art collection, but will stage exhibits, concerts and shows. Critics have called it an above-budget vanity project. To match story ARGENTINA-CULTURE/ Picture taken May 22, 2015. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-CULTURE/
RTX1E70W
May 23, 2015
Employees work on a crane above the 'Blue Whale' auditorium in the Kirchner Cultural Center in Buenos...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Employees work on a crane above the 'Blue Whale' auditorium in the Kirchner Cultural Center in Buenos...
Employees work on a crane above the 'Blue Whale' auditorium in the Kirchner Cultural Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 22, 2015. With less than a year to go in her presidency, Cristina Fernandez has sought her place in Argentina's cultural history, unveiling Latin America's largest arts complex, housed in Buenos Aires's historic former Post and Telegraph Palace. Named after Fernandez's late husband and predecessor, Nestor Kirchner, the Kirchner Cultural Center's focal piece is an avant-garde bulbous "blue whale" auditorium. The neoclassical building, revamped by local architects, boasts more than 100,000 square meters (1.08 million square feet). It has no permanent art collection, but will stage exhibits, concerts and shows. Critics have called it an above-budget vanity project. To match story ARGENTINA-CULTURE/ Picture taken May 22, 2015. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-CULTURE/
RTX1E70T
May 23, 2015
A worker cleans stained glass above the Kirchner Cultural Center's main hall in Buenos Aires, Argentina,...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A worker cleans stained glass above the Kirchner Cultural Center's main hall in Buenos Aires
A worker cleans stained glass above the Kirchner Cultural Center's main hall in Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 22, 2015. With less than a year to go in her presidency, Cristina Fernandez has sought her place in Argentina's cultural history, unveiling Latin America's largest arts complex, housed in Buenos Aires's historic former Post and Telegraph Palace. Named after Fernandez's late husband and predecessor, Nestor Kirchner, the Kirchner Cultural Center's focal piece is an avant-garde bulbous "blue whale" auditorium. The neoclassical building, revamped by local architects, boasts more than 100,000 square meters (1.08 million square feet). It has no permanent art collection, but will stage exhibits, concerts and shows. Critics have called it an above-budget vanity project. To match story ARGENTINA-CULTURE/ Picture taken May 22, 2015. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-CULTURE/
RTX1E70S
May 23, 2015
The facade of the Kirchner Cultural Center is pictured in Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 22, 2015. With...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
The facade of the Kirchner Cultural Center is pictured in Buenos Aires
The facade of the Kirchner Cultural Center is pictured in Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 22, 2015. With less than a year to go in her presidency, Cristina Fernandez has sought her place in Argentina's cultural history, unveiling Latin America's largest arts complex, housed in Buenos Aires's historic former Post and Telegraph Palace. Named after Fernandez's late husband and predecessor, Nestor Kirchner, the Kirchner Cultural Center's focal piece is an avant-garde bulbous "blue whale" auditorium. The neoclassical building, revamped by local architects, boasts more than 100,000 square meters (1.08 million square feet). It has no permanent art collection, but will stage exhibits, concerts and shows. Critics have called it an above-budget vanity project. To match story ARGENTINA-CULTURE/ Picture taken May 22, 2015. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-CULTURE/
RTX1E70P
May 23, 2015
A man takes a picture of a mirror with an image of late president Nestor Kirchner at the Kirchner Cultural...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A man takes a picture of a mirror with an image of late president Nestor Kirchner at the Kirchner Cultural...
A man takes a picture of a mirror with an image of late president Nestor Kirchner at the Kirchner Cultural Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 22, 2015. With less than a year to go in her presidency, Cristina Fernandez has sought her place in Argentina's cultural history, unveiling Latin America's largest arts complex, housed in Buenos Aires's historic former Post and Telegraph Palace. Named after Fernandez's late husband and predecessor, Nestor Kirchner, the Kirchner Cultural Center's focal piece is an avant-garde bulbous "blue whale" auditorium. The neoclassical building, revamped by local architects, boasts more than 100,000 square meters (1.08 million square feet). It has no permanent art collection, but will stage exhibits, concerts and shows. Critics have called it an above-budget vanity project. To match story ARGENTINA-CULTURE/ Picture taken May 22, 2015. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARTS-BRITAIN/
RTR4NG2D
January 29, 2015
"Dippy", the moulded resin replica of a fossilised Diplodocus stands in the main hall of the Natural...
London, United Kingdom
"Dippy", the moulded resin replica of a fossilised Diplodocus stands in the main hall of the Natural...
"Dippy", the moulded resin replica of a fossilised Diplodocus stands in the main hall of the Natural History Museum in London, January 29, 2015. One of Britain's most-loved museum exhibits, the skeleton-cast of Dippy the Diplodocus dinosaur at the Natural History Museum in London, is to be replaced, much to the distress of its many fans. The museum announced on Thursday that Dippy, who has graced its cathedral-like central hall for 35 years, will make way for the bones of a blue whale that has been hanging in a different hall since 1938. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT TRAVEL)
ARTS-BRITAIN/
RTR4NG1U
January 29, 2015
Visitors stream past "Dippy", the moulded resin replica of a fossilised Diplodocus in the main hall of...
London, United Kingdom
Visitors stream past "Dippy", the moulded resin replica of a fossilised Diplodocus in the main hall of...
Visitors stream past "Dippy", the moulded resin replica of a fossilised Diplodocus in the main hall of the Natural History Museum in London, January 29, 2015. One of Britain's most-loved museum exhibits, the skeleton-cast of Dippy the Diplodocus dinosaur at the Natural History Museum in London, is to be replaced, much to the distress of its many fans. The museum announced on Thursday that Dippy, who has graced its cathedral-like central hall for 35 years, will make way for the bones of a blue whale that has been hanging in a different hall since 1938. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT TRAVEL)
ARTS-BRITAIN/
RTR4NG1Q
January 29, 2015
"Dippy", the moulded resin replica of a fossilised Diplodocus stands in the main hall of the Natural...
London, United Kingdom
"Dippy", the moulded resin replica of a fossilised Diplodicus stands in the main hall of the Natural...
"Dippy", the moulded resin replica of a fossilised Diplodocus stands in the main hall of the Natural History Museum in London, January 29, 2015. One of Britain's most-loved museum exhibits, the skeleton-cast of Dippy the Diplodocus dinosaur at the Natural History Museum in London, is to be replaced, much to the distress of its many fans. The museum announced on Thursday that Dippy, who has graced its cathedral-like central hall for 35 years, will make way for the bones of a blue whale that has been hanging in a different hall since 1938. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT TRAVEL)
ARTS-BRITAIN/
RTR4NG1P
January 29, 2015
Visiting school children stream past, as others sit under "Dippy", the moulded resin replica of a fossilised...
London, United Kingdom
Visiting school children stream past, as others sit under "Dippy", the moulded resin replica of a fossilised...
Visiting school children stream past, as others sit under "Dippy", the moulded resin replica of a fossilised Diplodocus in the main hall of the Natural History Museum in London January 29, 2015. One of Britain's most-loved museum exhibits, the skeleton-cast of Dippy the Diplodocus dinosaur at the Natural History Museum in London, is to be replaced, much to the distress of its many fans. The museum announced on Thursday that Dippy, who has graced its cathedral-like central hall for 35 years, will make way for the bones of a blue whale that has been hanging in a different hall since 1938. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT TRAVEL)
USA-WHALE/NEWYORK
RTR3XNM2
July 08, 2014
Museum worker Brittany Janaszak, seen here on a lift, cleans a 94-foot-long blue whale model at the American...
New York, UNITED STATES
Museum worker Brittany Janaszak cleans a 94-foot-long blue whale model at the American Museum of Natural...
Museum worker Brittany Janaszak, seen here on a lift, cleans a 94-foot-long blue whale model at the American Museum of Natural History in Manhattan, New York July 8, 2014. Installed in 1969, the 21,000 pound life-size blue whale model made of fiberglass and polyurethane, is based on a female blue whale found in 1925, a museum press release said. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
USA-WHALE/NEWYORK
RTR3XNLX
July 08, 2014
Museum worker Brittany Janaszak, seen here on a lift, cleans a 94-foot-long blue whale model at the American...
New York, UNITED STATES
Museum worker Brittany Janaszak cleans a 94-foot-long blue whale model at the American Museum of Natural...
Museum worker Brittany Janaszak, seen here on a lift, cleans a 94-foot-long blue whale model at the American Museum of Natural History in Manhattan, New York July 8, 2014. Installed in 1969, the 21,000 pound life-size blue whale model made of fiberglass and polyurethane, is based on a female blue whale found in 1925, a museum press release said. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
USA-WHALE/NEWYORK
RTR3XNLD
July 08, 2014
Museum worker Brittany Janaszak cleans a pectoral fin, or flipper, of a 94-foot-long blue whale model...
New York, UNITED STATES
Museum worker Brittany Janaszak cleans a 94-foot-long blue whale model at the American Museum of Natural...
Museum worker Brittany Janaszak cleans a pectoral fin, or flipper, of a 94-foot-long blue whale model at the American Museum of Natural History in Manhattan, New York July 8, 2014. Installed in 1969, the 21,000 pound life-size blue whale model made of fiberglass and polyurethane, is based on a female blue whale found in 1925, a museum press release said. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
USA-WHALE/NEWYORK
RTR3XNKD
July 08, 2014
Museum goers watch as Brittany Janaszak cleans a 94-foot-long blue whale model at the American Museum...
New York, UNITED STATES
Museum goers watch as Brittany Janaszak cleans a 94-foot-long blue whale model at the American Museum...
Museum goers watch as Brittany Janaszak cleans a 94-foot-long blue whale model at the American Museum of Natural History in Manhattan, New York July 8, 2014. Installed in 1969, the 21,000 pound life-size blue whale model made of fiberglass and polyurethane, is based on a female blue whale found in 1925, a museum press release said. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
USA-WHALE/NEWYORK
RTR3XNJM
July 08, 2014
Museum worker Brittany Janaszak cleans a 94-foot-long blue whale model at the American Museum of Natural...
New York, UNITED STATES
Museum worker Brittany Janaszak cleans a 94-foot-long blue whale model at the American Museum of Natural...
Museum worker Brittany Janaszak cleans a 94-foot-long blue whale model at the American Museum of Natural History in Manhattan, New York July 8, 2014. Installed in 1969, the 21,000 pound life-size blue whale model made of fiberglass and polyurethane, is based on a female blue whale found in 1925, a museum press release said. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
USA-WHALE/NEWYORK
RTR3XNJK
July 08, 2014
Museum worker Brittany Janaszak, seen here silhouetted on a lift, cleans a 94-foot-long blue whale model...
New York, UNITED STATES
Museum worker Brittany Janaszak cleans a 94-foot-long blue whale model at the American Museum of Natural...
Museum worker Brittany Janaszak, seen here silhouetted on a lift, cleans a 94-foot-long blue whale model at the American Museum of Natural History in Manhattan, New York July 8, 2014. Installed in 1969, the 21,000 pound life-size blue whale model made of fiberglass and polyurethane, is based on a female blue whale found in 1925, a museum press release said. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
USA-WHALE/NEWYORK
RTR3XNIL
July 08, 2014
Museum worker Brittany Janaszak, seen here on a lift, cleans a 94-foot-long blue whale model at the American...
New York, UNITED STATES
Museum worker Brittany Janaszak cleans a 94-foot-long blue whale model at the American Museum of Natural...
Museum worker Brittany Janaszak, seen here on a lift, cleans a 94-foot-long blue whale model at the American Museum of Natural History in Manhattan, New York July 8, 2014. Installed in 1969, the 21,000 pound life-size blue whale model made of fiberglass and polyurethane, is based on a female blue whale found in 1925, a museum press release said. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
USA-WHALE/NEWYORK
RTR3XNGP
July 08, 2014
Museum worker Brittany Janaszak, seen here on a lift, passes by the eye of a 94-foot-long blue whale...
New York, UNITED STATES
Museum worker Brittany Janaszak, seen here on a lift, passes by the eye of a 94-foot-long blue whale...
Museum worker Brittany Janaszak, seen here on a lift, passes by the eye of a 94-foot-long blue whale model while cleaning it at the American Museum of Natural History in Manhattan, New York July 8, 2014. Installed in 1969, the 21,000 pound life-size blue whale model made of fiberglass and polyurethane, is based on a female blue whale found in 1925, a museum press release said. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CANADA/
RTR3OD9X
May 08, 2014
Workers from the Royal Ontario Museum begin dissection of a 24-metre (82 foot) blue whale in Woody Point,...
WOODY POINT, Canada
Workers begin dissection of beached blue whale in Newfoundland
Workers from the Royal Ontario Museum begin dissection of a 24-metre (82 foot) blue whale in Woody Point, Newfoundland, May 8, 2014. The whale is likely one of a group of blue whales that died several weeks ago in heavy ice off Newfoundland's Western coast and is now emitting an odor that's hard to ignore. REUTERS/Greg Locke (CANADA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
CANADA/
RTR3OD9W
May 08, 2014
Workers from the Royal Ontario Museum begin dissection of a 24-metre (82 foot) blue whale in Woody Point,...
WOODY POINT, Canada
Workers begin dissection of beached blue whale in Newfoundland
Workers from the Royal Ontario Museum begin dissection of a 24-metre (82 foot) blue whale in Woody Point, Newfoundland, May 8, 2014. The whale is likely one of a group of blue whales that died several weeks ago in heavy ice off Newfoundland's Western coast and is now emitting an odor that's hard to ignore. REUTERS/Greg Locke (CANADA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
CANADA/
RTR3OD9V
May 08, 2014
Mark Engstrom (L), Director of Collections and Research at the Royal Ontario Museum, and his team begin...
WOODY POINT, Canada
Scientists begin dissection of beached blue whale in Newfoundland
Mark Engstrom (L), Director of Collections and Research at the Royal Ontario Museum, and his team begin dissection of a 24-metre (82 foot) blue whale in Woody Point, Newfoundland, May 8, 2014. The whale is likely one of a group of blue whales that died several weeks ago in heavy ice off Newfoundland's Western coast and is now emitting an odor that's hard to ignore. REUTERS/Greg Locke (CANADA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
CANADA/
RTR3OD9U
May 08, 2014
Workers from the Royal Ontario Museum begin dissection of a 24-metre (82 foot) blue whale in Woody Point,...
WOODY POINT, Canada
Workers begin dissection of beached blue whale in Newfoundland
Workers from the Royal Ontario Museum begin dissection of a 24-metre (82 foot) blue whale in Woody Point, Newfoundland, May 8, 2014. The whale is likely one of a group of blue whales that died several weeks ago in heavy ice off Newfoundland's Western coast and is now emitting an odor that's hard to ignore. REUTERS/Greg Locke (CANADA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
CANADA/
RTR3OD9N
May 08, 2014
Mark Engstrom (L), Director of Collections and Research at the Royal Ontario Museum, and his team begin...
WOODY POINT, Canada
Scientists begin dissection of beached blue whale in Newfoundland
Mark Engstrom (L), Director of Collections and Research at the Royal Ontario Museum, and his team begin dissection of a 24-metre (82 foot) blue whale in Woody Point, Newfoundland, May 8, 2014. The whale is likely one of a group of blue whales that died several weeks ago in heavy ice off Newfoundland's Western coast and is now emitting an odor that's hard to ignore. REUTERS/Greg Locke (CANADA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
SRILANKA-WHALE/
RTXYAHW
April 06, 2013
A blue whale, the largest creature that has ever lived, comes to the surface to breathe off the coast...
MIRISSA, Sri Lanka
A blue whale, the largest creature that has ever lived, comes to the surface to breathe off the coast...
A blue whale, the largest creature that has ever lived, comes to the surface to breathe off the coast of Mirissa, in southern Sri Lanka, April 2, 2013. The southern tip of Sri Lanka, where the deep waters of the continental shelf is close to the shore, is one of the few locations in the world to see dolphins, whales and other creatures of the deep. Since the end of the 25 years civil war in 2009, tourists are returning to the island to enjoy its natural beauty. Picture taken April 2, 2013. REUTERS/David Loh (SRI LANKA - Tags: ANIMALS TRAVEL SOCIETY)
SRILANKA-WHALE/
RTXYAHR
April 06, 2013
A snorkeler swims towards sperm whales diving into the deep blue sea off the coast of Mirissa, in southern...
MIRISSA, Sri Lanka
A snorkeler swims towards sperm whales diving into the deep blue sea off the coast of Mirissa
A snorkeler swims towards sperm whales diving into the deep blue sea off the coast of Mirissa, in southern Sri Lanka, March 29, 2013. The southern tip of Sri Lanka, where the deep waters of the continental shelf is close to the shore, is one of the few locations in the world to see dolphins, whales and other creatures of the deep. Since the end of the 25 years civil war in 2009, tourists are returning to the island to enjoy its natural beauty and catch a rare glimpse of the elusive whales. Picture taken March 29, 2013. REUTERS/David Loh (SRI LANKA - Tags: ANIMALS TRAVEL SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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