Traditional Museums, virtual Museums. Dissemination role of ICTs.

Many cultural spaces, which have been transformed into museums contain very few exhibits. In particular, museums in buildings or second-tier archaeological areas, where most of the finds have been moved to museums of major importance or exhibits that have been removed for different organizational/ex... Ausführliche Beschreibung

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