Tuesday, January 16, 2007

THE HOLYLAND THEME PARK in Orlando is reviewed in SouthFlorida.com. It sounds pretty goofy, but this is interesting:
Two features are still ahead for next year. One is the Qumran Cave, a copy of the caverns where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found in 1947. That's planned for a July opening. The other is the "Scriptorium," a museum of biblical manuscripts planned for an opening early next year. An extended loan from the Robert Van Kampen familyof Michigan, the collection is so large that only 20 percent of it will be on display at any given time.

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