Popular Category:Artifacts in the collection of the Smithsonian Institution

The Smithsonian Institution is a museum complex with most of its facilities in Washington DC, USA. It consists of 19 museum buildings, a zoological park, 7 research centers and 142 million items in its collections. This category is intended to categorize the items, objects and specimens belonging to the Smithsonian Institution. It should be used for specific items which the museum displays or has in its collection (such as the Spirit of St. Louis airplane). It should not be used for generic items which the museum has (such as the SR-71 Blackbird).

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