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Everything Is Bigger at Open-Air Museums

Category: Influence of Museums

Read about 5 open-air museums around the world that display their collections outdoors, because of the size of the artifacts.

DAYTON, Ohio - Every Sunday from May to October, Larry Weinstein plays music for people here in Dayton, on the towering Deeds Carillon, which rises above the city's south side. Suspended between four limestone columns, the carillon's 57 bells cover two octaves and play in response to Mr. Weinstein's touch on a keyboard.

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