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Water Museum,© Fernando Guerra | FG+SG

Image 6 of 24 from gallery of Water Museum / atelier. Photograph by Fernando Guerra

The Water Museum – property of EPAL (portuguese water company) – is a space that focuses mostly on the general aspects of the water, with an educational and scientific approach, while transmitting also some of the highlights of EPAL’s history and legacy to society (unlike most traditional company museums that only explore the historical nature of the company itself).

Gallery of Water Museum / p-06 atelier - 16

Water Museum by atelier, photo: FG+SG The Water Museum in Lisbon, property of EPAL (a Portuguese water company), is a space designed by atelier

A collection of freshwater mollusks stacked in small cardboard boxes


I like how each box contains a piece of glass taped with black edges. This is a great look for scientific curiosities.

Save the River Misbourne from Over Extraction of it's Water in the Great Missenden Area by the Water Company, this video is from the River Misbourne down by the Missenden Abbey. If you are visiting the Roald Dahl Museum in Great Missenden this waterfall and Bridge are a 10 min walk away.  This chalk stream - an internationally rare wildlife habitat, Its water is so pure and clear, having been filtered through the underlying chalk, making it ideal for drinking water.

Save the River Misbourne in Great Missenden from Over Extraction of it's Water in the Great Missenden Area by the Water Company, this video clip is from the .

this huge, troll-like fountain is actually the entrance of the Swarovski headquarters in Wattens, Austria.

Weird Waterfall This picture definately qualifies as a weird one, actually all we post is weird pictures

Woollen sailcloth

Free plans for a 900 year old boat! Single view of News

Pitcher  United States Pottery Company  (1852–58).  Info from Metmuseum.org

♥ ~ ♥ Blue and White ♥ ~ ♥ United States Pottery Company, Pitcher, Bennington, VT, Parian porcelain. Courtesy Metropolitan Museum of Art