|Daytona Beach Real Estate Blog. Houses, Condos and More, by Lisa C. Hill, "THE SMART CHOICE!"|
If you already live in Daytona Beach, or if you're planning to move to Daytona Beach, here's another great reason to live here.
Daytona Beach has many cultural events that even the locals don't know about. As a native of Daytona Beach, and a 4th generation Floridian, I've been utilizing many of my real estate blog posts to educate the local residents as well as the visitors about the fabulous things to do in Daytona Beach, and the surrounding cities. I realize this post, as well as many of my other posts, are not really about real estate, but as a REALTOR®, I'm out in the area so much that I find out about all kinds of wonderful, cultural activities that I want to share with my readers, customers and clients.
For westerners, it's hard for us to fathom what Stalin put these prisoner's through. The camps were only officially disbanded in 1960. And Carl De Keyser traveled to Siberia and took photos of approximately 35 camps, and revealed the horrid lives of the inhabitants of these camps. Many of the photos are in vivid color, and are immediately startling.
The Southeast Museum of Photography is at Daytona Beach College, located at 1200 W. Int'l Speedway Blvd., Daytona Beach, FL 32114. Admission and Parking are free. The Museum hours are
- Tuesday through Friday, 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and
- Saturday and Sunday, 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
- The Museum is closed on Monday.
I realize the subject matter of this exhibit is not of a joyous nature, but historians and photography enthusiasts should enjoy the breath-taking experience. For more information on Carl De Keyzer's images, call 386-506-4475 or follow the link just above.