Blog Posts - Royal Ontario Museum



News in brief: Susan Sarandon for L’Oréal; Toxit’s hand-made sunglasses; lecture by fashion historian at Massey University

Top Susan Sarandon for L’Oréal. Centre From Toxit’s latest campaign for its hand-made sunglasses. Above Passage #5 coat-dress and belt, from the Dior spring–summer 2011 haute couture collection by John Galliano, from the collection of...
by Lucire Insider on Jan 12, 2016

Exploring History and Culture at the Royal Ontario Museum

Of all the museums I’ve visited around the world, the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, Canada is without a doubt one of the best. comparable to world-renowned museums like the British Museum or the Smithsonian, the Royal Ontario Museum features...
by Tripologist on Sep 30, 2014

Things to do in Toronto Canada

Toronto, Ontario is Canada's largest city and business center. This lively city is filled upscale shops, quaint cultural communities, fine dining, and recreational and entertainment activities. There are many fun things to do do in Toronto that every...
by eTravelTrips on Aug 29, 2014

Corredor cultural en Toronto

 Bloor Street es una conocida calle de Toronto; muy visitada porque en ella hay de todo: comercios, cines, centros culturales, cafés, restaurantes… Una parte de esta calle está justamente en el centro de la vibrante ciudad canadiense y...
by Tips de viajero on Jun 30, 2014

This Ain’t Your Mama’s Toronto — Getting it On at FNLROM

I hope no one has a bad night at #FNLROM – then the hashtag would be #FMLROM, and no one wants that…. — Casey E. Palmer (@CaseP) May 26, 2012 Going through my draft blog posts, I came across an unpublished piece from my former life!
by Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad on May 19, 2014

This Ain’t Your Mama’s Toronto — Getting it On at FNLROM

I hope no one has a bad night at #FNLROM – then the hashtag would be #FMLROM, and no one wants that…. — Casey E. Palmer (@CaseP) May 26, 2012 Going through my draft blog posts, I came across an unpublished piece from my former life!
by Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad on May 19, 2014

This Ain’t Your Mama’s Toronto — Getting it On at FNLROM

I hope no one has a bad night at #FNLROM – then the hashtag would be #FMLROM, and no one wants that…. — Casey E. Palmer (@CaseP) May 26, 2012 Going through my draft blog posts, I came across an unpublished piece from my former life!
by Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad on May 19, 2014

Secretos de la Civilización Maya / Musée Canadien des Civilisations.

El siguiente texto es de mi amigo el escritor e investigador Mexicano Claudio Obregon Clairin y habla sobre la muestra de Arte Sacro Maya que tuvo lugar en Canada en 2012, a la que yo tambien tuve el... Secretos de la Gastronomia Prehispanica..

Weekly Photo Challenge: An Unusual POV

This week’s photo challenge asks us to share an image taken from an unusual point of view. The ROM (Royal Ontario Museum) is one of the largest and most beautiful in North America. As you can see, it is simply stunning! What struck … C...
by Traveller Soul on Sep 6, 2013

Researchers Announce New Horned Dinosaur Species Found In Canada – Xenoceratops

@JTN-Science Watch Researchers Announce New Horned Dinosaur Species Found In Canada – Xenoceratops (via redOrbit) Alan McStravick for redOrbit.com – Your Universe Online File this one under better late than never. Canadian scientists have identif...
by @JTN_Network on Nov 8, 2012

Más informaciones sobre el hacha vasca que ha cambiado la historia de Norteamérica

Hace un mes informábamos a nuestros lectores de un descubrimiento extraordinario: un hacha vasca encontrada en un enterramiento del Pueblo Hurón datado en el año 1500. En aquellas informaciones nos hablaban de que el descubrimiento del arqueólogo...
by About Basque Country on Jul 23, 2012

Not very often

does art “speak” to me… This is a huge exception. I saw this piece while walking through the ROM last night, and literally stopped in my tracks infront of this. There is a whole room featuring this series of works, but this 1 sticks...

ROM y Shoe Museum, día de museos en Toronto

Mi día de museos en Toronto (Canadá) comenzó muy temprano , luego del desayuno di un paseo por el muy agradable Queen’s Park y caminé hasta llegar al Royal Ontario Museum, que para los cuates es simplemente ROM; al salir comí un hot dog en un...
by Tips de viajero on Apr 19, 2012


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