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World-famous cultural institutions closed due to coronavirus are welcoming virtual visitors

Cultural institutions around the world are using virtual tours amidst the coronavirus outbreak Image: Sebastian Pichler

Rosamond Hutt

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The Berlin Philharmonic’s Digital Concert Hall is now free for everyone. Image: Berliner Philharmoniker

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The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History is offering a virtual tour. Image: Smithsonian
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