Lingo Seriously Likes The Smithsonian!

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What is a laufmaschine?

What exactly is snarge?

Who was the first dog to travel across country by car?

A wide range of questions like these and their unusual answers come from one place that’s chock full of historical information — the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C.   Lingo flies all over the world to find the best locations for learning as well as educational resources for kids, parents and educators – that’s why today’s site Lingo likes is The Smithsonian’s Seriously Amazing project.  Here’s more about them from their website:

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“The Smithsonian asks and answers questions about science, art, history and culture, exciting the learning in everyone, every day.

Our experts share their ideas and our treasures through our museums, research centers and libraries; on our websites, magazines and media channels; and with partners across America and around the globe. We learn in all different ways, with all different kinds of people.”

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