Snapshots: The Rosetta Stone & the British Museum

The most relaxing afternoon of my last trip to London was spent at the British Museum. After navigating pass the famed Rosetta Stone, the crowds thin and the building seems peaceful and quiet. With all the sculptures, arts, and exhibits, it’s easy to get lost in your own thoughts.

If you’re ever in need of some down time in London, but don’t want to spend your time indoors, try a visit to the British Museum.

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The British Museum

The Rosetta Stone-notice the crowds in the reflection

The Rosetta Stone-notice the crowds in the reflection

From my favorite exhibition on medication dependence and addiction

From my favorite exhibition on medication dependence and addiction

From my favorite exhibition on medication dependence and addiction

From my favorite exhibition on medication dependence and addiction

From my favorite exhibition on medication dependence and addiction

From my favorite exhibition on medication dependence and addiction

hieroglyphics inside a mummy's coffin

Hieroglyphics inside a mummy’s coffin

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I think this was part of a display on the fight against AIDS--for some reason, the pictures makes mehappy

I think this was part of a display on the fight against AIDS–for some reason, the pictures makes me happy

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