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 11:25 I'm very slow tonight. Been a busy day. 25/Mar/17 12:41 AM |  |
 7:24. That is one of my photos. Fabulous Museum. I have visited there twice. 25/Mar/17 1:29 AM |  |
 Lovely photo, June Was it a clock museum? 25/Mar/17 4:09 AM |  |
 2:19, that's a bit better! Hi all. 25/Mar/17 6:28 AM |  |
 3:24 25/Mar/17 8:38 AM |  |
 7:02 Thought Id solved this more quickly. 25/Mar/17 8:38 AM |  |
 Anne, sometimes those peasky squares just do not want to have a number in them!! Dont know how Chris (he is good) can do the empty corners so quickly, it takes me a minute to do the three middle columns. 25/Mar/17 8:42 AM |  |
 That's the difference between a good time and a really good time Jack - the middle three took me about 20 seconds today, they fell into place quite nicely. 25/Mar/17 11:34 AM |  |
 Jacalmi, it is the Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg. Russia. One of the biggest museums in the world. 25/Mar/17 2:08 PM |  |
 A very interesting one, June. I visited there a couple of years ago when I did the Trans-Siberian Train journey. 25/Mar/17 4:33 PM |  |
 To understand this interesting clock: https://web.archive.org/web/20080202045046/http://www.hermitagemuseum.org/html_En/12/2006/ hm12_1_22_1.html 06/Apr/17 3:35 PM |  |

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