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Google’s Cultural Institute inaugurated in 2011 now possess more than 6 million metaphors, videos and documents from over 60 countries and more than 10,000 works of art. The Google Art Project is launched with the intent to protect and endorse culture on the web. Thousands of murals, paintings and a lot more are archived for viewing on the web. Now the latest addition to it is, 3 dimensional skulls. With nearly 300 3D scans in its gallery you can now examine detailed animal craniums. And don’t fuss now, it is not just skulls, skulls and skulls to view in 3D,  masks, sculptures, portraits, monuments and lot more at your fingertips. You can view artifacts from 6 museums without even getting into the car. Hit the link to explore:

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