The National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Algiers (MaMa) was opened in 2007.
MaMa collects works of art in the field of painting, sculpture, graphics, photography, video, new media, industrial design from 1905 to the present day.
|Algeria||Algiers||National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Algiers||261.||86||Modern and contemporary... art and design||More|
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Museum of Latin American Art of Buenos Aires (MALBA) established in 2001.
It collects and shares Latin American art from the beginning of the 20th century to the present day. The collection has paintings, e.g. Kahlo, Rivera, Lam.
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The Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes was inaugurated in 1896.
The MNBA collection includes pre-Columbian, colonial, Argentinean and international art, from the 3rd century BC to the present day.
The MNBA's collections include works by, among others: El Greco, Francisco de Goya, Édouard Manet, Claude Monet, Edgar Degas, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Vincent van Gogh, Paul Gauguin, Pablo Picasso, Amedeo Modigliani, Marc Chagall, Vassily Kandinsky, Paul Klee, Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko, and Henry Moore.
Argentine art is represented, for example, by: Antonio Berni, Marta Minujín and León Ferrari, and Latin American art, for example, by: Joaquín Torres García, Diego Rivera and Jesús Rafael Soto.
The total number of exhibits in the collection is over 12,000.
The exhibition area covers 4,610 square meters.
|Argentina||La Plata||La Plata Museum||307.||113||University – natural... history, anthropology||More|
La Plata Museum (Museo de La Plata) opened to the public in 1888.
The museum is divided into five sections: anthropological, botanical, geological, palaeontological and zoological, which at permanent exhibitions form a single whole depicting the evolution of nature, from the creation of the universe and our planet to the origin of man and its culture.
La Plata Museum has, among other things, a collection of large mammal fossils from the third and fourth period of the Cenozoic era, pre-Columbian ceramics, objects from the excavations in the Aksha complex (Egypt, near the 1st cataract, 13th century BC).
All collections amount to nearly 4 million objects.
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Museo de Arqueologia de Alta Montana (MAAM) opened in 2004.
MAAM presents an archaeological find discovered on the peaks of the Llullaillaco volcano (6,700 meters above sea level) that dates back over 500 years ago. These are the 3 bodies of the Inca children, the heroes of the Capocha ceremony during which they were sacrificed to act as intermediaries between the people and the gods.
The museum area is 1,507 square meters.
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Queensland Art Gallery & Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA) have been working together since 2006. In total, they cover an area of nearly 30,000 square meters. They present contemporary art of Australia, Asia and the Pacific. Their collections include works by others: Pablo Picasso, Willem de Kooning, Nam June Paik, Cindy Sherman, and James Turrell. QAGOMA includes the Children's Art Center.
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The Australian War Memorial opened in 1941.
The Australian War Memorial combines a sanctuary including the Memorial Hall with the Tomb of the Unknown Australian Soldier, a national military museum, and a Research Center. The Memorial also has an open-air sculpture garden.
It commemorates the victims of those Australians who died in the wars and expresses gratitude for the sacrifice of Australian soldiers.
It covers 14 hectares.
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The National Museum of Australia was established in 1980.
The National Historical Collection, which is the core of the museum's collection, includes more than 210,000 items illustrating the history and cultural heritage of Australia. The museum has the world's largest collection of Aboriginal bark paintings and stone tools. In the museum you can see, among others: navigation instruments used by Captain James Cook and Holey Dollar, the first currency minted in Australia.
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National Gallery of Australia (NGA) founded in 1967, opened to the public in 1982.
Some NGA collections:
- Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art (the largest in the world)
- Australian art (non-Indigenous), works by e.g. Sidney Nolan, Grace Cossington Smith, Margaret Preston, Arthur Boyd, Tom Roberts, Frederick McCubbin
- Western art, works by e.g. Paul Cézanne, Pablo Picasso, Mark Rothko, David Hockney
- Pacific art
- Asian art
- Sculpture garden, works by e.g. Auguste Rodin, Henry Moore
The NGA has over 155,000 works of art.
The NGA building has 23,000 square meters of floor space.
|Australia||Canberra||National Portrait Gallery||285.||87||Art||More|
The National Portrait Gallery has been operating as an unassisted institution since 1998.
The national collection of portraits includes about 3,000 photographs, paintings, sculptures, drawings and multimedia.
|Australia||Melbourne||National Gallery of Victoria||45.||257||Art||More|
The National Gallery of Victoria was founded in 1861.
It consists of two sections: the NGV International art gallery and the NGV Australia art gallery.
At NGV International you can see the works of such masters as Rembrandt, Titian, and Manet.
Whereas NGV Australia presents the art of Aborigines and Australian painters representing different periods, from classic colonial painters, through Australian Impressionists to contemporary artists.
|Australia||Melbourne||Australian Center for the Moving Image||129.||164||Cinema, media, art||More|
Australian Center for the Moving Image founded in 2002.
ACMI is a museum of digital culture, film, video games and art.
ACMI's centrepiece exhibition The Story of the Moving, photo Gareth Sobey
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Museums Victoria (MV) founded in 1854.
The MV includes, among others: Melbourne Museum, Immigration Museum, Scienceworks, Royal Exhibition Building, Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Center. The MV collection includes, among others, paleontology, zoology, artifacts of traditional indigenous cultures of Australia and the Pacific. The entire collection is over 17 million exhibits.
|Australia||Sydney||Art Gallery of New South Wales||96.||174||Art||More|
Opened in 1874, the Art Gallery of New South Wales presents Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art, Australian, Asian, Pacific and European.
|Australia||Sydney||Museum of Contemporary Art Australia||166.||86||Art||More|
Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA) established 1991.
It collects contemporary art from Australia (has over 4,500 works by Australian artists) and around the world.
|Austria||Salzburg||Salzburg Burgen & Schlösser Betriebsführung||272.||128||Historic house||More|
Salzburg Burgen & Schlösser Betriebsführung (SBSB) - the Salzburger Burgen & Schlösser Management is a company-like institution of the Office of the Salzburg Provincial Government. SBSB started its operations in 1993. It consists of:
- Fortress Hohensalzburg, one of the largest existing castles in Europe from the 11th century, consisting of fifty buildings with a total area of 33,000 square meters; it houses: Prince's Chambers & Magic Theater, Armory, Panorama Tour, Castle Museum (a branch of Salzburg Museum), Rainer Regimental Museum, Puppet Museum.
- Hohenwerfen Castle; it houses the following exhibitions: The Legend of Jackl - Wizards and Witches in Salzburg, Exhibition of the film "Where Eagles Dare".
- Mauterndorf Castle; it houses the Lungau Country Museum
- Salzburg "Residence" Palace
The collection of paintings stored at Belvedere was made publicly available in 1781. Currently, art collections are presented in Lower Belvedere, Upper Belvedere and Belvedere 21. They cover works of art from the Middle Ages to the present day. The attention of visitors is attracted by the world's largest collection of Gustav Klimt's paintings.
Belvedere Palace © Lukas Schaller / Belvedere, Vienna
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Schönbrunn Palace was the main summer residence of the Habsburg rulers. The palace was built in the 17th century, rebuilt in 1740–50 during the reign of Empress Maria Teresa in the Rococo style. The museum in the palace was opened to the public in 1919. There are 1441 chambers in the palace, of which 45 are open to the public. It covers an area of about 186 hectares.
Kunsthistorisches Museum (KHM) opened in 1891.
Most of the collections are the collections of the imperial Habsburg family. The collections are divided into a gallery of paintings, art of ancient Egypt, Antikensammlung, Kunstkammer, Münzkabinett, and a library. KHM presents paintings for example: Raphael, Dürer, Titian, Caravaggio, Rubens, Rembrandt, Velázquez.
Albertina established in 1805.
Its collections include about 65,000 drawings and about 1 million graphics and photographs, including works by Dürer, Rembrandt, Rafael, Schiele, Cézanne, Picasso, Matisse, Klimt, and Kokoschka. Albertina Modern has been open to the public since 2020, bringing together over 60,000 works by 5,000 artists.
|Austria||Vienna||St. Stephen's Cathedral||225.||88||Temple||More|
St. Stephen's Cathedral (Domkirche St. Stephan) is the third temple erected on the same site from 1137 to 1511. The Gothic cathedral with older Romanesque elements is built of limestone.
Length 107 meters, width 70 meters, height 136.7 meters.
Inside, numerous altars are stored, including the Baroque main altar and the Gothic Wiener Neustadt Altar, the Gothic tomb of Emperor Frederick III, and the late-Gothic sandstone pulpit.
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The Natural History Museum (Naturhistorisches Museum Wien, NHM) opened to the public in 1889.
The entire collection consists of about 30 million objects. Of which over 100,000 objects are on display in 39 rooms with an area of 8,460 square meters.
The collection includes, among others:
- the Venus of Willendorf, about 29,500 years old
- a sea mermaid that became extinct more than 200 years ago
- dinosaur skeletons such as diplodocus, allosaurus and iguanodon
- complete skeletons of large mammals, such as Deinotherium (hoe tusker)
- the largest and oldest meteorite collection in the world, with the Martian meteorite "Tissint"
© NHM Vienna, Kurt Kracher
|Belgium||Antwerp||Middelheim Museum||300.||90||Modern and contemporary... art||More|
The Middelheim Museum (Middelheimmuseum) was opened in 1951 as the open-air sculpture museum. Then, for the needs of the museum, buildings were built successively: the Braem Pavilion, depot in Middelheim-Hoog, and the Het Huis pavilion (The house). The Middelheim museum has a branch called Art in the City active in all districts of Antwerp.
The collection consists of about 400 works of art. including works by artists such as Auguste Rodin, Constantin Meunier, Émile-Antoine Bourdelle, Aristide Maillol, Arturo Martini, Hans Arp, Ossip Zadkine, Barbara Hepworth, Henry Moore, Alexander Calder.
The Middelheim Museum covers an area of 27 hectares.
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Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium founded in 1803.
It consists of the Oldmasters Museum, Modern Museum, Magritte Museum, Fin-de-Siècle Museum, Meunier Museum, Wiertz Museum. It has 20,000 paintings, sculptures and drawings that date from the beginning of the 15th century to the present day. The collected works of art are by, among others: Pieter Bruegel, Peter Paul Rubens, Jacques Jordaens, Paul Gauguin, Vincent van Gogh, Salvador Dalí, Paul Delvaux, René Magritte, Henry Moore.
The Center for Fine Arts, opened in 1928, has been using the name BOZAR since 2002.
It includes exhibition and conference rooms, a cinema and a concert hall. In total, it covers an area of 33,000 square meters.
BOZAR organizes up to 10 exhibitions per year.
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Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil Belo Horizonte (CCBB BH) was opened in 2013.
It has, among others, 6 exhibition rooms, an educational program room, a multimedia room, and a cultural goods warehouse.
It has an area of 12,000 square meters.
Foto Vagner Costa
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Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil, Brasília opened in 2000. It covers an area of 7,000 square meters.
Museu Banco do Brasil has in its collection works of artists from the first half of the 20th century, such as Bruno Giorgi, Candido Portinari, Emiliano Di Cavalcanti.
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Museu Nacional da República also called Honestino Guimarães Museu Nacional inaugurated in 2006.
Together with the National Library of Brasília, it is part of The Complexo Cultural da República.
Museu Nacional da República it is a space that inserts Brasília into the international arts circuit and shows the best in Brazilian art. The space is used for itinerant exhibitions by renowned artists and themes important to society, lectures, film shows, seminars and important events.
The most important temporary exhibitions to date include:
- Niemeyer & Niemeyer e Brasília - Patrimônio da Humanidade (2006),
- Imagens impressas: Um percurso histórico pelas gravuras da Coleção Itaú Cultural (2018).
The museum consists of an exhibition section divided into three floors connected by ramps and a mezzanine with an area of 14,500 square meters, two auditoriums with 780 seats and a laboratory.
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Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil, Rio de Janeiro opened in 1989. It covers an area of 15 046 square meters.
Museu Banco do Brasil, created in 1955, has a historical collection, which includes, among others, numismatic items and documents. In the museum you can see original interiors with period furniture, for example, the presidential room. An interesting feature of the museum is the pneumatic installation, which, using compressed air, uses a system of underground pipes to quickly transport documents inserted into small metal containers.
|Brazil||Rio de Janeiro||Museum of Tomorrow||304.||115||Science||More|
Museum of Tomorrow (Museu do Amanhã) was opened in 2015.
The main exhibition is divided into Cosmos, Earth, Anthropocene, Tomorrow, and Us.
The museum covers an area of 15,000 square meters, with the surrounding pools, gardens, bicycle path, and leisure area 34,600 square meters.
Photo credits: Albert Andrade
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Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil, São Paulo opened in 2001. It covers an area of 4 183 square meters.
Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil, São Paulo does not have its own collection. The CCBB program, São Paulo is prepared annually and begins with the process of registering projects via the Internet. Anyone can submit their project, Project registration is done by filling out a comprehensive electronic form. The registration period is usually from April to May. After the registration phase, the projects are examined by CCBB analysts who receive guidance from management on the marketing strategies for the current year.
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Instituto Tomie Ohtake was opened in 2001.
Instituto Tomie Ohtake organizes national and international exhibitions of fine arts, architecture and design. His interests include the art of the 20th and 21st centuries.
It does not have its own collection.
Its area is 7,500 square meters, most of this area is occupied by 7 exhibition rooms.
Credits by Ricardo Miyada
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Angkor is the largest religious monument in the world. It was mainly built in the first half of the 12th century as a royal state temple and capital of the Khmer Empire. The entire complex includes 45 facilities, including:
- Angkor Wat, which is the pinnacle of the classicist style of Khmer architecture; it is a unique combination of two plans of Khmer temple architecture, the temple-mountain and the later concentric galleries; height 65 meters; is located on an area of over 162 ha,
- Banteay Kdei,
- Banteay Samre,
- Banteay Srei,
- Beng Mealea,
- East Mebon,
- Neak Pean,
- Preah Khan,
- Preah Ko,
- Pre Rup,
- Ta Prohm,
The following are based in Angkor:
- Preah Norodom Sihanouk-Angkor Museum,
- Ceramics Museum,
- MGC Asain Traditional Textiles Museum.
|Canada||Gatineau||Canadian Museum of History||81.||185||History, archaeology,... ethnography||More|
The Canadian Museum of History welcomes over 1.2 million visitors each year to its celebrated complex in the heart of the National Capital Region, making it one of the country's most-visited museum. With roots stretching back to 1856, it is one of Canada's oldest public institutions and a respected centre of museological excellence, sharing its expertise in history, archaeology, ethnology and cultural studies both within Canada and abroad. The National Collection consists of more than four million artifacts, specimens, works of art, written documents, and sound and visual recordings.
In addition to its ongoing exhibitions, including the spectacular Grand Hall, the First Peoples Hall, and the Canadian History Hall that provides a stunning showcase for more than 1,500 artifacts, including many of Canada's important historical treasures, each year the Museum presents a number of outstanding exhibitions focusing on Canadian and world history and civilizations. The Museum is also home to the Canadian Children's Museum.
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Montreal Museum of Fine Arts founded in 1860.
The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts has five pavilions that showcase archeology and ancient art, the international art collection, Quebec and Canadian art, modern and contemporary art, decorative arts and design. The international art collection includes works by, among others, Rembrandt, Dürer, El Greco, Goya, Delacroix, Cézanne, Matisse, Miró, Monet, Picasso, Renoir, Rodin, Dalí, Moore. The collection also includes: Coptic fabrics, English porcelain, Japanese incense boxes and stained glass.
The entire collection includes over 43,000 exhibits.
The total area is 53,095 square meters, of which the exhibition area is 13,000 square meters.
|Canada||Ottawa||Canadian War Museum||235.||87||National - military,... history, memorial, art||More|
The origins of the Canadian War Museum date back to 1880, but was formally established in 1942.
It functions as both a museum of Canadian military history and a memorial site. It is designed to emphasize the human experience of war. For the public it offers: Canadian Experience galleries, LeBreton Gallery, Memorial Hall, Regeneration Hall, Royal Canadian Legion Hall of Honor.
Its collections include, among others: weapons, rare vehicles, uniforms, medals, art, documents, maps, sound and visual recordings, e.g. Mercedes-Benz car that belonged to Adolf Hitler, Chieftain and Mk III Valentine tanks, CF-101 Voodoo fighter. The entire collection includes over 3 million artifacts.
The museum building covers an area of 440,000 square meters.
|Canada||Toronto||Royal Ontario Museum||84.||231||Art, ethnography,... natural history||More|
The Royal Ontario Museum was opened to the public in 1914.
ROM has over 6,000,000 exhibits in its collection. The leading ROM collections include: minerals (including precious stones) and meteorites, dinosaurs, Indian history, works of art from China and Korea, ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome, interiors from various historical periods, including in the art deco style.
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The Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) was founded in 1900.
The AGO has in its collection sculptures in bone and stone as well as Inuit drawings. Canadian art is represented mainly by 19th and 20th century landscape painters and 20th century avant-garde artists. The AGO collection includes works of art by, for example, Pieter Brueghel the Younger "Country wedding", Peter Paul Rubens "The Massacre of the Innocents", Claude Monet "Charing Cross Bridge: Fog", Edgar Degas "Woman in Bath", Renoir "Concert", Pablo Picasso "Seated Woman", Marc Chagall "Over Vitebsk", Paul Gauguin "Hina and Fatu", Andy Warhol "Elvis" and numerous sculptures by Henry Moore.
The AGO has over 90,000 exhibits in its collection, 4,000 of them are presented at exhibitions.
The AGO facilities cover an area of over 54,160 square meters.
|Canada||Victoria||Royal British Columbia Museum||280.||89||Natural history,... provincial history, archives||More|
The Royal British Columbia Museum (Royal BC Museum, RBCM) was founded in 1886. The museum merged with the British Columbia Provincial Archives in 2003.
RBCM collects First Nations artifacts, exhibits on BC history over the past 200 years, and natural history objects.
All RBCM collections count over 7 million objects.
|Chile||Easter Island||Rapa Nui||317.||116||Archaeological park||More|
Rapa Nui - the indigenous name of Easter Island, where the people of Polynesian origin from the 10th to the 16th centuries erected huge stone figures (moai), altars (ahu) and also left behind rock art.
In 1966, Parque nacional Rapa Nui was established, which today covers 7,150.88 ha, which is 43.5% of the island's area.
The Museo Antropológico Padre Sebastián Englert (MAPSE), also known as Mapse Museo Rapanui, was founded on the island in 1973.
Consejo de Monumentos Nacionales
|China||Beijing||National Museum of China||2.||193||National||More|
The museum was founded in 2003 by merging two museums: Museum of the Chinese Revolution and National Museum of Chinese History.
The permanent exhibition consists of over one million exhibits.
The most important are "Simuwu Ding" from the Shang Dynasty, the square shaped Shang Dynasty bronze zun, jade burial suits sewn with gold thread from Han Dynasty and Song Dynasty ceramics. The museum has a unique numismatic collection.
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Forbidden City (Palace Museum of Beijing) established in 1925. It was built between 1406 and 1420. During the Ming and Qing dynasties, i.e. in the years 1420–1912 it was the Chinese imperial palace. The entire complex includes 980 buildings located on an area of 112 hectares.
|China||Beijing||China Science and Technology Museum||14.||167||Science and technology||More|
China Science and Technology Museum founded in 1988. Area: 48,000 square meters.
It presents popular science exhibitions, Astro-vision film screenings, training-based educational programs and experimental-based exhibition programs.
Topics: Glories of China and Science Paradise, Exploration and Discovery, Sci-tech and Life and The Challenges and the Future.
|China||Beijing||Beijing Museum of Natural History||71.||389||Natural history||More|
Beijing Museum of Natural History founded in 1951.
With 24,000 square meters, the exhibition's total area is 8,000 square meters. The collection includes paleontological specimens, invertebrates, birds and mammals, in total over 200,000 specimens.
|China||Beijing||Military Museum of the Chinese People's Revolution||195.||86||Military||More|
The Military Museum of the Chinese People's Revolution (Chinese Military Museum) opened to the public in 1960.
The museum collects, among other things, equipment from the Chinese space program, such as satellites and a two-seater orbital capsule, jet fighters, rockets, rocket launchers, cruise missiles, artillery, fleets, tanks, armored personnel carriers, anti-aircraft weapons, small arms, ammunition, military uniforms, flags , medals, badges, seals, coins, documents.
Among the collected objects you can see: Qin Terracotta Warriors, cars of Zhu De and Mao Zedong, Chinese first atomic bomb, A Dongfeng 2 (CSS-1) medium-range balltistic missile.
The collected collections span 5,000 years of Chinese history.
The museum has over 180,000 exhibits.
The museum building covers an area of 153,000 square meters, of which approximately 60,000 square meters are exhibition space.
Hunan Museum opened to the public in 1956.
The museum covers an area of about 50,000 square meters.
The collection includes 180,000 objects, including the inscriptions from the tomb of Marquis Dai in Mawangdui from the Han dynasty and the bronze drum of the Fighting States.
Chengdu Museum was founded in 1958.
The total exhibition area covers almost 20,000 square meters.
The entire collection includes nearly 200,000 exhibits and are representative of the Chengdu region from the Neolithic period to the Republic of China. Museum collections include bronze from the pre-Qin period, gold and silver; porcelain and silk of the Tang, Song, Yuan and Ming dynasties; graves and treasures of the Ming and Qing dynasties; Dojo paintings, shadows, dolls.
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Chongqing Museum of Natural History founded in 1944, initially under the name Western Museum of China.
Currently it covers an area of 30 842 square meters, of which the exhibition occupies 16 252 square meters.
It has a collection of approximately 70,000 specimens including minerals, paleontology, plants, animals, and Stone Age exhibits. Among the most valuable exhibits are the skeletons of the dinosaur Omeisaurus Zigongensis and the stegosaurus Tuojiang. Permanent exhibitions: Animal Planet, Dinosaur World, Landscape Metropolis, Earth Mystery, Life Stream, Ecological Homeland.
|China||Chongqing||Three Gorges Museum||51.||179||History||More|
Three Gorges Museum opened in 2005.
The museum covers an area of about 42,500 square meters. The exhibition hall itself has an area of about 23,200 square meters.
The main exhibitions are dedicated to:
- Glorious Three Gorges
- Ancient Ba-Yu - early history of Chongqing
- Chongqing: the City Road – 20th century history
In addition, the museum presents exhibitions: porcelain, calligraphy, painting, sculpture from the Han dynasty, coins.
|China||Guangzhou||Guangdong Museum of Revolutionary History||152.||122||History||More|
The Guangdong Museum of Revolutionary History was founded in 1959.
The museum is located in the building of the former Guangdong Advisory Bureau in the Guangzhou Uprising Martyrs Cemetery of Guangdong Province.
The exhibitions show the struggle of the local people for national independence from the Opium War in 1840 to the national liberation in 1949, including the Civil Revolutionary War (1927-1937, 1946-1949).
The museum covers an area of 2000 square meters. At permanent exhibitions, it presents 13,000 exhibits and 13,000 archival photos.
Zhejiang Museum was founded in 1929 as the West Lake Museum. It has over 100,000 exhibits in its permanent collection.
His collection includes archaeological findings of the Neolithic Hemudu culture, jade artifacts and silk fabrics of the Liangzhu culture, bronze Yue instruments, ceramics from the Tang Dynasty in Yue kilns, a bronze mirror from Huzhou, and calligraphies and paintings of local painters from the Ming and Qing period.
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The Zhejiang Museum of Natural History (ZMNH) has been operating since 1984.
It has branches in Hangzhou and Anji.
ZMNH has nearly 200,000 specimens in its collection (of which 50,000 are at exhibitions). which record the course of life on earth, present the history of man and nature. Permanent exhibitions are: Lobby, The Life Story of the Earth, Bioworld, Green Zhejiang, Land of Wild, Health and Education.
ZMNH covers nearly 33,000 square meters of space.
|China||Hohhot||Inner Mongolia Museum||298.||114||Regional - natural... history, history, archeology||More|
The Inner Mongolia Museum opened in 1957.
The museum has an extensive collection of fossils, dinosaur remains, feathered dinosaurs and a complete woolly rhinoceros skeleton. One of the exhibitions dedicated to the history and traditions of the nomadic Mongols is devoted to the life of Genghis Khan, who in the 13th century united different Mongol tribes and founded one of the largest land empires. In the museum, you can also see the golden crown in the form of an eagle from the Warring States Period (475-221 BC).
The collection includes over 150,000 exhibits.
The museum covers an area of more than 50,000 square meters.
|China||Hong Kong||Hong Kong Heritage Museum||114.||85||History||More|
Hong Kong Heritage Museum opened in 2000.
It is dedicated to history, art and culture. It has 6 permanent exhibitions and 6 thematic temporary exhibitions.
|China||Hong Kong||Hong Kong Museum of Art||287.||105||Art||More|
Hong Kong Museum of Art (HKMoA) was founded in 1962.
The entire HKMoA collection is divided into:
- Chinese Antiquities, among others, Neolithic to 20th century ceramics, bronzes, jade carvings, lacquerware, enamelware, bamboo carvings
- Modern and Hong Kong Art, covers over 100 years of painting, calligraphy, traditional ink painting
- China Trade Art (18th, 19th century)
- Chinese Painting and Calligraphy, consisting of paintings from Guangdong (among others Zhang Mu, Su Renshan), calligraphy from Guangdong (among others Chen Xianzhang, He Shaoji), Lingnan school of painting (among others Gao Jianfu, Chen Shuren), contemporary Chinese painting (among others Huang Binhong, Wu Guanzhong).
The HKMoA collection includes over 17,000 items.
|China||Lanzhou||Gansu Provincial Museum||28.||136||History||More|
Gansu Provincial Museum was founded in 1939.
His collections include over 350,000 artifacts grouped in two main sections: history (Neolithic, Silk Road) and natural sciences. The most important monument of the museum is the Flying Horse of Gansu, a bronze sculpture from the Eastern Han dynasty, around the 2nd century AD.
The predecessor of the Nanjing Museum was the preparatory department of the National Central Museum, which was founded in 1933.
Nanjing Museum covers an area of 85,000 square meters. The museum has over 400,000 exhibits in its permanent collection. The most important exhibit of the collection is full-size armor made of small jade tiles connected with silver wire.
The museum's collections are presented in twelve exhibition halls:
- Qin garden
- Earthen Ware Hall
- Treasure room
- Folk Art Hall
- Bronze room
- China Ming and Qing Hall
- Wu Weishan sculpture hall
- Hall of ancient paintings
- Modern Art Hall
- Jiangnan Silk Product Hall
- Jade Hall
- Lacquer Hall
|China||North-East China||Great Wall of China||211.||89||History, military,... archaeological park||More|
The Great Wall of China - a system of fortifications in North-East China (south of the Mongolian steppe), the total length is over 20,000 km.
The fortifications were built from the 7th century BC to the 19th century AD.
The Great Wall of China museums are located in:
- Badaling, Yanqing District (within Beijing municipality), opened in 1994, covers an area of 3,200 square meters,
- Jiayuguan City, Gansu Province, built in 2001, covers an area of 12,312 square meters with an exhibition area of about 1,766 square meters, has more than 6,000 cultural monuments,
- Shanhaiguan, Shanhaiguan District, Prefecture-level city Qinhuangdao, Province Hebei, opened in 1991.
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Shanghai Science and Technology Museum was opened in 2001.
The exhibition area covers 65,500 square meters.
Permanent exhibitions present, among others:
- Spectrum of Life: natural exhibits imitating the natural environment of Yunnan province and showing the diversity of flora,
- Earth exploration,
- Cradle of Design or Designers, visitors can use CAD/CAM to design and build small items,
- The information age,
- The world of robots,
- Space navigation.
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China Art Museum was founded in 1956 as the Shanghai Art Museum.
The museum mainly collects Chinese contemporary art.
It has around 14,000 works of art in its collections.
Shanghai Museum was founded in 1952.
The museum's collections contain over 1 million exhibits.
The museum has a representative collection of ancient Chinese art, which consists of: bronze, sculptures, ceramics, jades, paintings, calligraphy, seals, coins and a "transparent" bronze mirror from the Han Dynasty.
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The Shanghai Natural History Museum was opened in 1956.
It is currently a branch of the Shanghai Science and Technology Museum.
The museum has in its collection exhibits from the field of botany, zoology, palaeobiology, geology and anthropology. There are over 280,000 objects from all over the world. More than 11,000 of them are on display. The largest exhibit, measuring more than 20 meters in length, that can be seen in the museum is the skeleton of the Mamenchisaurus hochuanensis Young et Zhao dinosaur from Sichuan Province. The age of the dinosaur is estimated at 140 million years.
The building area is 45,257 square meters, of which 32,200 square meters are dedicated to exhibitions, education and services.
|China||Shenzhen||Shenzhen Museum||167.||103||History, archaeology,... ethnography, art, natural history||More|
Shenzhen Museum founded in 1981, opened to the public in 1988.
It consists of the Shenzhen Museum of History and Folk Culture, Shenzhen Museum of Ancient Art, Dongjiang River Guerrilla Command Headquarters Memorial Museum and Shenzhen Reform and Opening-up Exhibition Hall.
It has a total area of over 60,000 square meters. It stores over 40,000 exhibits.
Suzhou Museum founded in 1960.
The exhibition area covers 2,200 square meters. The collection consists of over 15,000 exhibits. Most are ancient Chinese paintings and calligraphy, ceramics, arts and crafts. The collection of paintings and calligraphy includes works of masters from the Song dynasty through the Ming dynasty to the Qing dynasty.
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The origins of the Tianjin Natural History Museum date back to 1914. It has been operating in its present organizational form since 1952.
In the museum, we will see various dinosaurs such as: Tyrannosaurus Rex or Triceratops.
The museum houses over 400,000 geological, palaeontological and biological specimens.
The museum covers an area of 50,000 square meters, of which 35,000 square meters are in the buildings. Exhibition area of 14,000 square meters.
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Hubei Provincial Museum was founded in 1953.
The most valuable museum exhibits include artifacts from the tombs of the Marquis Yi of the Zeng state (including the Goujian sword and bronze bell set), Chu, Han, Liangzhuangwang and Yingjingwang, as well as fossils of human skulls from Yunxian Prefecture.
The collection consists of over 230,000 objects.
The total area of the museum is 50,000 square meters.
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Shaanxi History Museum was opened to visitors in 1991.
The museum collection has 370,000 artifacts.
The exhibition area covers 11,000 square meters.
The most valuable in the museum's collection are bronze products, ceramics and wall paintings from the Tang dynasty tombs.
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Emperor Qinshihuang's Mausoleum site Museum was opened in 2009.
The mausoleum of the First Emperor Qinshihuang was built from 246 to 208 BC. The mausoleum is not fully exposed yet, and archaeological work is ongoing there. In the course of works carried out since 1974, among others, the Terracotta Army was discovered.
It covers an area of 56,25 square kilometers.
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The National Science and Technology Museum (NSTM) opened to the public in 1997.
NSTM covers an area of 19 hectares, the area of one floor is 112,400 square meters. It presents 18 permanent exhibitions in separate halls. Permanent exhibitions are devoted to: industrial history, air navigation and aerospace, biological technology, clothing and textiles, healthy living, food industry, energy conservation, machines, utilization of water resources, transportation, the diseases prevention.
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The Southern Branch of the National Palace Museum (NPMSB) opened in 2015.
NPMSB presents the art of Southeast Asia, East Asia and South Asia at permanent exhibitions. The presented artifacts were transferred from the National Palace Museum, Taipei (Northern Branch).
NPMSB covers an area of 70 hectares, of which 20 hectares is occupied by the main building.
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The National Museum of Natural Science was founded in 1986.
The museum's collection consists of over 550,000 exhibits.
The collections are divided into departments of geology, botany, zoology, and anthropology.
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The National Palace Museum was originally created as the Palace Museum in the Forbidden City in 1925.
The permanent collection consists of nearly 700,000 exhibits of ancient Chinese artifacts and works of art collected by Chinese emperors. The museum has Chinese calligraphy, porcelain, bronze, paintings, jade. The museum collections present art from the Neolithic era to the present day.
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The National Taiwan Science Education Center (NTSEC) was founded in 1956.
NTSEC deals with broadly understood scientific education. It presents permanent and temporary exhibitions mainly in the field of natural and earth sciences, mathematics, physics, chemistry and materials science.
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The National Museum of Colombia (Museo Nacional de Colombia) founded in 1823 is one of the oldest in the Americas.
The art collection includes works by Colombian artists such as Andrés de Santa María, Santiago Martínez Delgado, Gustavo Arcila Uribe, Fernando Botero as well as Latin American and European art. The museum's collection includes a treasury of pre-Columbian goldsmiths, a coat of one of the wives of the Inca emperor Atahualpa, a banner used by Francisco Pizarro during the conquest of Peru, a crown of gold, diamonds and pearls given to Simón Bolívar in Cuzco in 1825.
The museum has a collection of over 20,000 artifacts, of which about 2,500 are presented at exhibitions.
An area of 3,000 square meters.
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The City of Prague Museum officially opened to the public in 1883.
The collection is dedicated to the history of the city of Prague. The museum has 14 branches located throughout the city.
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Prague Castle - a castle complex built from the 9th century in all historical architectural styles. One of the largest castles in the world, it covers an area of almost 7 ha. It was the seat of Czech kings, Roman emperors and Czechoslovak presidents. It stores the Czech Crown Jewels.
- Old Royal Palace
- St. Vitus Cathedral
- St. George's Basilica
- Queen Anne's Summer Palace (Belvedere)
- Spanish Hall
- Vladislav Hall
There are several museums in the castle, including:
- collection of Czech baroque and mannerism of the National Gallery
- Prague Castle picture gallery, referring to the collection of Rudolf II
- exhibition on the history of the Czech Republic
- toy museum
Photo: © Prague City Tourism
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National museum (Národní muzeum) founded in 1818, located in several buildings in Prague and beyond.
Museum collections: Asian cultures, ethnographic, non-European ethnography, numismatic, non-European numismatics, Middle East and Africa in Antiquity, photographic of the Náprstek Museum, Náprstek inventory, Náprstek Museum archives, musical instruments, Department of Music History, Antonín Dvořák Museum, Bedřich Smetana Museum, book, book culture, manuscripts and early prints, historical journals, entomological, archeology, classical archeology, historical, theater, Museum of the Workers' Movement in the National Museum Archives, modern Czech history, Museum of the Workers' Movement, National Museum Archives, Czechoslovak Documentation Center, Department of the History of Physical Education and Sports - 3D objects, photo archive of the Department of the History of Physical Training and Sports, archives of the history of physical education and sports, paleontological, lichenological, anthropology, botanical and herbarium, mycological, geological, cut gemstones, petrographic, tektites, meteorites, mineralogical, mammals, fishes, invertebrates, excluding insects, amphibians and reptiles, birds.
All collections include over 20 million items.
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The National Museum of Denmark (Nationalmuseet) founded in 1807.
It has collections from all over the world from the earliest times to the present day. In the museum from the area of Denmark you can see, among others: the Trundholm sun chariot from the Nordic Bronze Age, the Veksø helmets (a pair of ceremonial helmets with horns from the Bronze Age), runic stones.
|Denmark||Humlebæk||Louisiana Museum of Modern Art||293.||96||Modern and contemporary... art and design||More|
Louisiana Museum of Modern Art opened in 1958.
Louisiana has been collecting international art from 1945 to the present. It is mainly painting and sculpture (sculpture garden), but also design and photography. Its collections include works by artists such as Alberto Giacometti, Henry Moore, Asger Jorn, Alexander Calder, Yayoi Kusama, Pablo Picasso, Jean Arp, Yves Klein, Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol, David Hockney, Cindy Sherman.
The collection includes over 4,000 works.
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Egyptian Museum in Cairo (EMC) opened in 1902.
It owns the largest collection of pharaoh antiques in the world and is also the oldest archaeological museum in the Middle East.
The exhibits date from the predynastic period to the Greco-Roman era (ca. 5500 BC - 364 AD).
Total artifacts over 170,000.
It covers an area of over 15,000 square meters.
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Giza pyramid complex
A set of historic buildings including the two largest pyramids built in ancient Egypt: the Great Pyramid of Giza and the Pyramid of Khafre and the smaller Pyramid of Menkaure, Great Sphinx and other accompanying objects. The complex covers an area of 16,203.36 hectares.
|Ethiopia||Addis Ababa||National Museum of Ethiopia||319.||104||National - archeology,... history, art, ethnography||More|
National Museum of Ethiopia (NME) founded in 1958.
The most important exhibits:
- Lucy (Australopithecus afarensis), fossilized remains of an early hominin, 3.18 million years ago
- Selam (Australopithecus afarensis), fossilized remains of an early hominin, 3.3 million years ago
- Ethiopian Crown
- Throne of Emperor Haile Selassie
The NME has around 4,000 exhibits.
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Château de Chambord built between 1519 and 1547 in the style of the French Renaissance for the French King Francis I.
The largest of the castles in the Loire Valley. It is built on a rectangular plan, in the corners of which there are towers, each 20 meters in diameter, and it is surrounded by a moat. The facade is 156 meters long. Height 56 meters. The castle has 440 rooms, 84 staircases (14 main and 70 smaller ones) and 282 fireplaces.
Several rooms in the castle are used as the Musée du comte de Chambord (Henri d'Artois 1820-1883).
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The Palace of Fontainebleau is one of the largest French royal castles. The beginnings of the castle date back to the 12th century, rebuilt many times since the 16th century. The dominant styles are the late French Renaissance and the French version of Northern Mannerism.
The School of Fontainebleau (École de Fontainebleau) was active in the arrangement and furnishing of the palace in the years ca. 1530 - ca. 1610.
Total area of 45,000 square meters spread over 11 levels. Total rooms 1500.
- Gallery of Francis I
- Chapel of the Trinity
- Stairway of the King
- Queen's bedroom
- Boudoir of Marie-Antoinette
- Throne Room of Napoleon
- Gallery of Diana
- Apartments of Napoleon
- Chinese Museum
Main courtyards (all courtyards cover 28,000 square meters):
- Court of the White Horse
- Oval Court
- Court of the Fountain
The parks and gardens of Fontainebleau include:
- Garden of Diana
- English garden
- Pine Garden Cave
- Fountain de Bliaud
- Parterre and canal
- Carp pond
The entire park complex covers 130 hectares.
The palace became a national museum in 1927.
More than 300,000 works in collections.
The Museum of Napoleon I was established in the palace in 1986.
Louvre-Lens opened in 2012.
It is a satellite of Louvre, it has no collections of its own. It presents objects from the Louvre collection on loan in the medium to long term. The objects on loan represent all the Louvre collections and are renewed regularly. Louvre-Lens organizes temporary exhibitions of national or international importance.
Louvre-Lens has three exhibition spaces: Grande Galerie, Glass Pavilion and the Temporary Exhibition Gallery.
The museum covers 28,000 square meters.
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Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilizations (MuCEM) was opened in 2013.
The total area is 45,000 square meters, of which the exhibition area is 4,900 square meters.
The museum stores over 350,000 exhibits in its collections.
MuCEM presents exhibitions in the field of anthropology, archeology, history and art.
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Mont Saint-Michel rocky tidal island with church-abbey and "Merveille" (a monastery built between 1211-1228 in the Gothic style). The origins of the monastery date back to the 8th century. The entire medieval building is surrounded by fortifications from the 13th and 15th centuries.
Mont Saint-Michel area 97 ha, highest point above sea level 92 meters.
Mont Saint-Michel has been a monument since 1874. There are three museums in it.
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Created in April 2016 on the initiative of the French contemporary art collector Philippe Méaille, the Château de Montsoreau - Museum of contemporary art is a radical, committed, living place.
Its permanent collection is the world's largest collection of works from the Art & Language movement.
It is located two hours from Paris, in the Loire Valley World Heritage of Unesco.
Innovative, experimental and unexpected, the cultural program of the Château de Montsoreau - Museum of contemporary art is organized around temporary exhibitions, events, meetings, concerts and performances.
The museum is located in the former royal palace. The Louvre Museum was officially opened in 1793.
About 38,000 works of art were exhibited on the exhibition area of over 60,000 square meters. The Louvre's full resources are 350,000 exhibits.
The exhibits collected at the Louvre Museum were assigned to eight collections:
The art of ancient Egypt - e.g. "The Great Sphinx",
The art of ancient Greece and Rome - e.g. "Venus of Milo", "Nike of Samothrace",
Art of the Ancient Near East - e.g. Hammurabi Codex document, figure of the goddess Nephthys,
Islamic art - e.g. Waza Barberini, Josse's Shroud,
Sculpture - e.g. Antonio Canova's Cupid and Pyche, Michelangelo's Dying Captive,
Painting - works of the best French, Flemish, Dutch or German painters, above all Leonardo da Vinci's "Mona Lisa",
Art Craft - e.g. Harbaville Triptych, Polyptych with Mary and Baby Jesus,
Drawing and Graphics - e.g. Eugène Delacroix drawings and watercolors.
Center Pompidou opened in 1977.
The Center Pompidou houses one of the world's most important collections of modern and contemporary art. There are also large temporary exhibition galleries and a library.
Musée d'Orsay opened to the public in 1986. In 2010, the Musée de l'Orangerie joined the Musée d'Orsay.
The collection mainly contains French art from 1848–1918: painting, sculpture, photography and furniture. Among the collections of paintings, the most popular are the works of impressionists and post-impressionists, e.g .:
- Paul Cézanne - Card Players (1893–1896), Apples and Oranges (1895–1900);
- Edgar Degas - Absinthe (1875–76), Blue Dancers (1890);
- Paul Gauguin - Self Portrait with Yellow Christ (1889–1890), Tahitian Women on the Beach (1891);
- Édouard Manet - Olimpia (1863), Breakfast on the grass (1863);
- Claude Monet - Saint-Lazare Train Station (1877), cycle Cathedral of Rouen (1892–93), Water Lilies (1916–19);
- Auguste Renoir - Ball at Moulin de la Galette (1876);
- Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec - Toilet (1896);
- Vincent van Gogh - Portrait of Dr. Gachet (1890).
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Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie was officially opened in 1986.
It covers an area of 150,000 square meters.
Specializes in the dissemination of scientific and technological knowledge. It consists of, among others, Explora, planetarium, and IMAX cinema. The museum also has an Argonaute submarine from 1958.
Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie combined with Palais de la Découverte (2010) in the Universcience (EPIC status).
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The Grand Palais opened in 1900.
Exhibitions are presented on an area of 77,000 square meters.
In the Grand Palais there are: Galeries nationales du Grand Palais, Société Nationale des Beaux Arts, Salon d'Automne, Palais de la Découverte. Palais de la Découverte - science museum combined with Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie (2010) in the Universcience (EPIC status).
Army Museum opened in 1905.
Permanent exhibition area: 9,800 square meters, temporary exhibition: 600 square meters. Number of exhibits around 500,000.
It is divided into two parts; the first presents weapons and armor created between the 13th and 17th centuries, the second presents weapons and vehicles from World War I and II.
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Musée du quai Branly - Jacques Chirac founded in 2006.
The museum collects ethnographic objects, art, photographs, documents, musical instruments, textiles from Asia, Africa, the Americas and Oceania.
The entire collection includes over 1360,000 exhibits, of which 3,500 are exhibited.
The exhibitions cover 40,600 square meters.
Petit Palais founded in 1900.
Petit Palais - City of Paris Fine Art Museum presents collections of: medieval and Renaissance paintings and drawings, furniture from the 18th century, works of French artists of the 19th century (among others: Ingres, Delacroix, Courbet, Monet, Cézanne, Modigliani, Rodin).
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The Eiffel Tower built in two years by Gustave Eiffel for the World Exhibition in 1889.
It is a wrought iron truss tower.
The height of 330 meters. At the base, on a square plan with a side of 125 meters. The tallest building in the world from its inception to 1930.
On the third floor platform you can see a reconstruction of the wax museum type, showing Gustave Eiffel receiving Thomas Edison.
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The National Museum of Natural History (MNHN) was founded in 1635 as a royal garden of medicinal plants, formally founded in 1793. It has 68 million specimens in its collection.
MNHN is divided into:
Garden of plants
- Gallery of Evolution
- Cabinet of Virtual reality
- Paleontology and comparative Anatomy Gallery
- Mineralogy and Geology Gallery
- Botanical Gallery
- Grandes Serres du Jardin des Plantes
- Ménagerie, the zoo of the Jardin des Plantes
- Amphithéâtre Verniquet
- Grande Galerie de l’Évolution Auditorium
- Children’s Gallery
Museum of mankind
Zoological park of Paris
Versailles Chèvreloup Arboretum
Haute-Touche animal reserve
Jean-Henri Fabre museum
Botanical garden Val Rahmeh-Menton
Concarneau Marine Biology Station and Marinarium
La Jaÿsinia alpin garden
Paléosite de Sansan
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Musée de l'Orangerie opened in 1927. In 2010, it joined the Musée d'Orsay.
Musée de l'Orangerie exhibits Claude Monet's Water Lilies cycle consisting of 8 panels, each 2 meters high and 91 meters long, arranged in 2 oval galleries. In the Musée de l'Orangerie you can also see paintings by other Impressionists and Post-impressionists, such as Paul Cézanne, Henri Matisse, Amedeo Modigliani, Pablo Picasso, Pierre-Auguste Renoir.
Area of 6,300 square meters.
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Foundation Louis Vuitton opened in 2014.
The museum is dedicated to contemporary art. The museum's collection will include works by artists such as Gerhard Richter, Christian Boltanski, Jeff Koons, Jean-Michel Basquiat.