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Diorama

A three-dimensional model, especially of a real or historical event. For example, a miniature or full scale model of Appomattox Courthouse on the day that General Robert E. Lee surrendered to General Ulysses S. Grant may be called a diorama.
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Furthermore, these dioramas broke ground in that not all were about great men, epic battles and politics that often pass for textbook history.
Right off the bat, the Diorama Exhibition on December 1 gave everyone a solid sense of community Lancaster New City has always been.
I created a documentary too using the red tree frog diorama and shared it with the children.
'It's (making dioramas) getting too tiny for my old eyes,' he told Malay Mail.
Visitors had photographs taken next to life size statues of late and former senators, while several dioramas captured both positive and darker moments in history.
In Salt Range diorama rocks are so artistically displayed that it gives full insight of the geology of the area from East to West.
BEIRUT: Former Lebanese professional race car driver Nabil Karam has again made it into the Guinness World Records, included in the 2017 edition for his huge collection of model sports cars and dioramas. He was presented with the two Guinness certificates during a ceremony at his museum in the Mount Lebanon town of Zouk Mosbeh, local media reported Wednesday.
WHY See lifelike dioramas of WACs and WAACs on duty * Learn how the army struggled to outfit the different body type suddenly in its midst * Examine artifacts and photos, including colorful recruitment posters and handmade clothing
According to Friends of Fort Fisher executive director Paul Laird, Anchor Wood Products was awarded the contract after an extensive RFQ process to provide 5 display cases for Fort Fisher's dioramas. According to Laird, the dioramas are of exceptional craftsmanship and were originally made for the Blockade Runner Museum in the 1960's.
His farm and forestry based dioramas can take up to six months to make by hand.
The dioramas, depicting iconic scenes in Philippine history from the pre-colonial period to self-determination, are part of the inaugural exhibition of Ayala Museum when it opened in 1974.
Many scenes pushed this staging to an extreme, as if Woodman employed the diorama as a subversive structure--or even genre--for shooting a "fashion" photograph.