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The Museum of Feelings doesn't really have “exhibits" in the conventional sense; rather, visitors move from one themed alcove to another, five in total, each with its own distinctive aroma.  (Photo by Stephanie Keith/Reuters)

The Museum of Feelings doesn't really have “exhibits" in the conventional sense; rather, visitors move from one themed alcove to another, five in total, each with its own distinctive aroma. The “Optimistic Room," bathed in vivid pink and purple light, is little more than a lightshow, with patrons using small reflective panels to bounce light around the room. Here: People interact in the “optimistic” room at the Museum of Feelings, a pop-up installation in New York, December 15, 2015. (Photo by Stephanie Keith/Reuters)
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19 Dec 2015 08:00:00
Horses from the Garrison Savannah, who are involved in celebrations today to mark 50 years of Independence, are washed in the sea first thing in the morning on December 1, 2016 in  Bridgetown, Barbados. (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images)

Horses from the Garrison Savannah, who are involved in celebrations today to mark 50 years of Independence, are washed in the sea first thing in the morning on December 1, 2016 in Bridgetown, Barbados. Prince Harry is visiting the Caribbean marking the 35th Anniversary of Independence in Antigua and Barbuda and the 50th Anniversary of Independence in Barbados and Guyana. (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images)
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02 Dec 2016 11:53:00
Decorated eggs are seen at the egg museum in Winden am See, Austria, March 25, 2016. (Photo by Christian Bruna/EPA)

Decorated eggs are seen at the egg museum in Winden am See, Austria, March 25, 2016. The collection of Austrian artist Wander Bertoni contains about 4000 eggs. (Photo by Christian Bruna/EPA)
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27 Mar 2016 11:24:00
Dressers make last minute adjustments to the costumes of dancers performing as horses during a press preview of American artist Nick Cave's first major work shown in Australia, entitled HEARD.SYD in Sydney, November 8, 2016. (Photo by Jason Reed/Reuters)

Dressers make last minute adjustments to the costumes of dancers performing as horses during a press preview of American artist Nick Cave's first major work shown in Australia, entitled HEARD.SYD in Sydney, November 8, 2016. Over several days the live art performance will feature 30 “horses” dancing to live percussion beats in suits made from coloured raffia plant fibres. (Photo by Jason Reed/Reuters)
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09 Nov 2016 06:16:00
“Runners”. (Photo by Gigja Einarsdottir)

“As you can see I love the Icelandic Horse. Born and raised with them, I love to work with them and watch them ... they have unbelievable network of communication and energy I can´t explain with words”. – Gigja Einarsdottir. Photo: “Runners”. (Photo by Gigja Einarsdottir)
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06 Oct 2013 10:04:00
Victorian stuffed animals created by taxidermist Walter Potter at Potter's Museum of Curiosity

Victorian stuffed animals created by taxidermist Walter Potter at Potter's Museum of Curiosity in Bolventor, Cornwall. Potter created tableaux based on nursery rhymes, among them, “The House That Jack Built”, “The Guinea Pigs Cricket Match”, and “The Death and Burial of Cock Robin”. (Photo by Graham French/BIPs/Getty Images). 5th April 1973
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03 Dec 2011 11:48:00
Designpanoptikum, Museum For Extraordinary Objects

Russian-born artist Vlad Korneev poses for a picture in his museum called “Designpanoptikum, Museum For Extraordinary Objects” on November 4, 2010 in Berlin, Germany. The museum displays objects whose outward appearance was determined by function rather than form, he says, and are the result of a collection he started while accumulating props for his photographic works. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)
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12 Aug 2011 11:37:00
Museum assistant and former Soviet soldier, Sheikh Abdullah looks at a display in the Manzar-e Jahad, or Jihad Museum, which depicts the Soviet invasion of 1979 and the Afghan resistance, in Herat, on February 15, 2014. (Photo by Aref Karimi/AFP Photo via The Atlantic)

Museum assistant and former Soviet soldier, Sheikh Abdullah looks at a display in the Manzar-e Jahad, or Jihad Museum, which depicts the Soviet invasion of 1979 and the Afghan resistance, in Herat, on February 15, 2014. Sheikh Abdullah, who was a Soviet intelligence officer by the name of Khakimov Bakhrodin, was captured after being injured in battle with the Mujahideen. Abdullah stayed with his captors, converted to Islam and was renamed Abdullah. He never returned to his former homeland and now works at the Jihad Museum. (Photo by Aref Karimi/AFP Photo via The Atlantic)
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10 Mar 2014 09:08:00