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June Highlights: Fantastic New Collaborations and Sites.

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More than 45 new cultural sites, museums and castles have joined CloudGuide during the month of June alone, and are now available for our users to enjoy on the App. We would love to be able to go over every single institution, but for now, here are some of our highlights of the month. 

We are absolutely delighted to welcome 21 English Heritage sites in the UK, including Stonehenge, Dover Castle and Tintagel Castle. Users will not only learn all about the story and history behind these impressive locations but, in addition, discover individual guides based on their myths and legends, in the spirit of this year's themed event of ‘Myths, Legends and Folklore of England’.

Heading over to London, users will come across the Southbank Centre, UK’s largest centre for the arts and home to thousands of events every year. Whether you are into performing arts, poetry or music (just to name a few), there is something there for everyone, all of which you can find out more about when navigating the App.

In France, we welcome the magnificent Château de Chenonceau, situated near the small village of Chenonceaux in the Indre-et-Loire département of the Loire Valley in France. Two guided tours that will take visitors through it's renaissance french gardens, rich museum collection and incredible history. 

Heading south, you can discover one of our first additions in Montpellier, the Musée Fabre, a museum in which the architecture itself can be considered a work of art. Discover seven guides based on their permanent collection and immerse yourselves in over 800 works, 900 engravings and 3,500 drawings in its 9,200 m² exhibit area.

Interested in visiting the world’s first botanical garden created in Padua, Italy in 1545? Don’t miss the chance to visit this incredible site, the Botanical Garden of Padua which remains to this day in its original layout, a circular plot surrounded by water representing the world.

Moving on now across the world to the United States, we are also delighted to welcome the Museum of Science in Boston Massachusetts. Get up close to see the Triceratops, a 65-million-year-old fossil, journey inside the human body or catch one of their daily demonstrations, there is something for every curious scientist, no matter your age.



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