Category:National Civil Rights Museum

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English: The National Civil Rights Museum opened in 1991 as an expansion of the former Lorraine Motel, 450 Mulberry Street, Memphis, Tennessee, where Martin Luther King, Jr. was shot in April 1968.
Object location35° 08′ 04.2″ N, 90° 03′ 27.4″ W Edit this at Wikidata Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap.View all coordinates using: OpenStreetMapinfo
Ulusal İnsan Hakları Müzesi (tr); 国立公民権博物館 (ja); National Civil Rights Museum (fr); المتحف الوطنى للحقوق المدنيه (arz); National Civil Rights Museum (nl); Национальный музей гражданских прав (ru); 国家民权博物馆 (zh-cn); National Civil Rights Museum (de); 國家民權博物館 (zh-hant); National Civil Rights Museum (en); 国家民权博物馆 (zh-hans); 國家民權博物館 (zh); Museu Nacional dels Drets Civils (ca) museu de Memphis (ca); Hotel in den Vereinigten Staaten (de); museo Amerikan yhdysvalloissa (fi); hotel that was site of the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., now a museum (en); فندق في ممفيس، تينيسي، الولايات المتحدة (ar); muzeo en Usono (eo); museum in Tennessee (nl) National Civil Rights Museum (ca); 公民権運動博物館 (ja); Lorraine Motel (de); NCRM (en); Lorraine Motel (tr); 国家民权博物馆 (zh); Lorraine Motel (nl)
National Civil Rights Museum 
hotel that was site of the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., now a museum
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Instance ofhotel,
African-American museum (1991–),
history museum (1991–),
building
Location Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee
Inception
  • 1920
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official website
35° 08′ 04.2″ N, 90° 03′ 27.36″ W
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