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  1. Bordeaux, France - Bassins de Lumieres digital art center -

    Works by Austrian artist Gustav Klimt are projected on June 4, 2020, in Bordeaux at the "Bassins de Lumieres" digital art center as part of one of the center's opening exhibitions entitled "Gustav Klimt: gold and colour". Located in Bordeaux's former submarine base, the Bassins de Lumières will present monumental immersive digital exhibitions devoted to the major artists in the history of art and contemporary art. (Thibaud Moritz/Abaca Press/TNS)
  2. Stralsund , Germany - Budget increase for the Marine Museum

    A diver dives with a turtle in an aquarium at the Stralsund Marine Museum. Between 2021 and 2023, the Oceanographic Museum is to be extensively modernized. The exhibitions will be completely revised. The thematic focus, the world of warm seas, and popular exhibits such as the fin whale skeleton will remain. The budget for the construction project, which is being funded 50 percent by the federal government and 50 percent by the state of MV, is 40 million euros. (Stefan Sauer/DPA via ZUMA Press/TNS)
  3. Paris, France - Demonstrations in solidarity with America

    Protestors gather during an unauthorized demonstration denouncing police brutality and racism with support for George Floyd and Adama Traore outside the Paris Criminal Court. Echoing US protests, people call for justice for Adama Traoré, who died in 2016 in police custody. (Credit Image: © Panoramic via ZUMA Press)
  4. Marlow, Germany - Bird park reopens

    Gudi Haase feeds the loris in the bird park. 230 birds are at home in the 1,500 square meters, completely redesigned facility. The daily visitor numbers in the bird park have reached the previous year's level again after the reopening. (Bernd WuStneck/DPA via ZUMA Press/TNS)
  5. Khartoum, Sudan - Pastry being made

    A man works at a pastry factory in Khartoum, Sudan, on June 4, 2020. (Mohamed Khidir/Xinhua/Sipa USA/TNS)

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