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Soane Museum

The Soane Museum is a British national museum of architecture, located in London, at 13 Lincoln's Inn Fields. It was created a museum by an Act of Parliament enacted in 1833 from the house of Sir John Soane at his request, and holds a great many drawings and models of his projects.

It also holds a large collection of Robert Adam's original drawings, as well as several paintings by William Hogarth including the eight panels of A Rake's Progress and the four panels of his famous political satire The Four Stages of Cruelty. The alabaster sarcophagus of Seti I lies in the basement of the museum.

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