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Princeton University Art Museum Visit

10 days ago   |   By Joanie Gagnon San Chirico

Not sure why I had never been to the Princeton University Art Museum, since it's only an hour away. Yesterday, on a beautiful Spring day, I walked around the park-like campus of its mix of impressive gothic, Romanesque, colonial and modern buildings, flowering trees and sculpture installations. I was very impressed with the collection and exhibits at the museum, here are some highlights.
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