Museum of Fine Arts US Map & Phone & Address

Museum of Fine Arts US Map & Phone & Address

465 Huntington Ave. Boston;(617) 267-9300

The MFA’s large, comfortable auditorium, the Remis, has an ambitious schedule of everything from unusual foreign films to rediscovered silent classics to festivals of animation and award-winning TV commercials. Admission is $6.50, and $5.50 for students, senior citizens, and MFA members. You can get a discount if you want to see two movies on the same day: Tickets are $10, $9 for students, seniors, and members. Entrance is from the new West Wing, by the parking lot; you don’t have to atmosphere is more casual than you may expect.

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In 1900 she was renamed Frascati by her new owners Rob. M. Sloman, Junior, at Hamburg. In 1912 she was renamed Werner Kunstmann by Wilh. Kunstmann, Stettin, Prussia (now Poland). The steamer Cydonia was wrecked on Castlehead Rocks – see dive site (9). The ship was employed by the Admiralty as a collier and on 28 September 1916, under the command of Captain W. Gill, she was on passage from Methil for Brest with a crew of 29 and a cargo of coal when, in heavy weather and mountainous seas, she stranded on the north (seaward) side of Castlehead Rocks at Holy Island. The self-righting lifeboat, Lizzie Porter, was launched from Holy Island and rescued all her crew, returning to render further assistance the following day. However, the Cydonia soon started to break up and became a total loss. 178 Lindisfarne or Holy Island The Cydonia (Official No.127107) was a steel-hulled 3,085-ton British steam cargo ship that was completed as Yard No.165 by W. Dobson and Co. Ltd, Newcastle in April 1910 and launched for Stag Line Ltd, North Shields on 24 February 1910, with J. Robinson and Sons the managers; Stag Line Ltd also owned her at the time ofloss. She measured 101.01 m in length with a 14.63-m beam and had a draught of 6.75 m.

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