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Wireless teacher presenter

Understanding the importance and convenience of your tour groups or tour teams, therefore we know a bad decision for one tour area or training area could cause discomfort for your visitors. We would like to help you make decisions such as our radio guide system to make your groups as effective...
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Good prices for radio guides and teachers and speakers for museums and churches and factories


1. Radio guidance system product introduction

The radio guidance system is used to make it difficult to hear speakers due to the ambient noise or distance. This helps to make the audience aware of the situation and relieve the pressure on the speaker.

How guides work in the museum

Visitors to the Cincinnati Museum of Art can join one of our many commentary activities to experience our world-renowned permanent collection and breathtaking special exhibitions.

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Designed to provide visitors with the opportunity to explore the world culture, participate in artwork and think about great ideas, our project is immersive, engaging and engaging. From free home lessons to summer camps, to dialogue with artists and academics, the museum offers you a program!

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Portrait of Elizabeth Howard, First Countess of Peterborough, along with other portraits, is exhibited in the works of Vandeck, Thomas Gainsborough and Joshua Reynolds with the European Art Gallery (Gallery 44). Around 1638, Van Deck's technique of portraying wealthy English aristocrats was demonstrated.

Known as a beautiful figure, Elizabeth Howard is clad in luxurious silk and lace, adorned with pearl and diamond jewelry. In Oxford. Therefore, it is fitting that his wife's portrait is now on display at the Ashmolean Museum.ing-02f07990.jpg

Murdoch later joined the Prince of Wales court, and later King Charles I, Van Dyck served as court painter from 1632 onwards. However, the couple was a fanatical Republican during the Civil War


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