Museo Soumaya founded in 2011.
It has 66,000 works of art in its collection; including sculptures from all periods of pre-Hispanic Mesoamerica, paintings by Mexican artists such as Diego Rivera or Rufino Tamayo, a collection of coins from pre-Hispanic and colonial times. Museo Soumaya has a collection of works by European sculptors and painters, including: Auguste Rodin, Salvador Dalí, Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró.
The museum is located in 3 places: Plaza Carso (16,000 square meters), Plaza Loreto, Casa Guillermo Tovar de Teresa.
|Museo Soumaya||155.||103||México||Mexico City||Art||More|
|Museo Storico e il Parco del Castello di Miramare||323.||112||Italy||Trieste||Historic house||More|
The Miramare Castle and park were commissioned by Archduke Maximilian of Hapsburg who decided—around 1855—to build a residence worthy of his name and rank outside of Trieste, looking out to the sea and surrounded by a wide garden.
The Park of Miramare, with a surface of 22 hectares, is the result of Maximilian’s long and demanding project on the rocky promontory of Grignano, which originally resembled a Karst area almost devoid of vegetation.
The museum opened to the public in 1929.
|Museo Universitario Arte Contemporáneo||243.||90||Mexico||Mexico City||University – contemporary... art||More|
The Museo Universitario Arte Contemporáneo (University Museum of Contemporary Art) abbreviated MUAC at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (National Autonomous University of Mexico) abbreviated UNAM was opened in 2008.
The MUAC houses the largest public collection of contemporary art in Mexico. It includes works by visual artists, sound art, audiovisual, kinetic and performative activities created mainly in Mexico after 1952 - the year UNAM was inaugurated.
|Museo y Zona Arqueológica del Templo Mayor||311.||109||Mexico||Mexico City||Archaeological park||More|
Templo Mayor - the most important religious building of the Aztecs. Its construction began after 1325. The expansion continued in six stages until it was destroyed by the Spaniards in 1521.
Templo Mayor was located in the center of the Aztec capital of Tenochtitlán, which is now Mexico City. Templo Mayor was the main building of the Sacred Precinct, which included 78 more smaller buildings.
Templo Mayor was shaped like a stepped pyramid with two temples at the top. The architectural style of Templo Mayor belongs to the late post-classical Mesoamerican period. Approximate dimensions of Templo Mayor, base 100 by 80 meters, height 60 meters.
The Museum of the Templo Mayor was opened in 1987.
The Museo y Zona Arqueológica del Templo Mayor covers an area of over 3,000 ha.
Photo: Secretaría de Cultura Ciudad de México, Attribution 2.0 Generic
|Museu de les Ciències Príncipe Felipe||161.||132||Spain||Valencia||Science and technology||More|
Museu de les Ciències Príncipe Felipe opened in 2000 and is part of the City of Arts and Sciences.
The museum is dedicated to science, new technologies and the natural environment, and it houses exhibitions on the heritage of science, climate change, the human body and biometric data. The motto of the museum is: "It is forbidden: not to touch, feel or think".
It covers an area of over 42,000 square meters, of which 26,000 square meters are dedicated to exhibitions.
|Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya||228.||112||Spain||Barcelona||Art||More|
Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya (MNAC) opened in 1934, officially inaugurated in 2004.
The MNAC has the world's most important collection of Romanesque wall paintings. Its collections also cover subsequent periods: Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque up to contemporary art. In the museum you can see paintings by such masters as: Titian, Rubens, El Greco, Velázquez, Goya. The art of Catalonia at the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th century is represented by the works of, for example, Ramon Casas. The entire collection is completed by: Cabinet of Drawings and Prints, Numismatic Cabinet of Catalonia.
There are nearly 300,000 works of art in total.
|Museu Nacional da Imprensa, Jornais e Artes Gráficas||278.||93||Portugal||Porto||Media, technology,... art||More|
Museu Nacional da Imprensa, Jornais e Artes Gráficas (MNI, National Museum of the Press, Newspapers and Graphic Arts) founded in 1997.
MNI presents the historical processes of typesetting, printing and binding. The MNI has the International Cartoons Gallery.
|Museu Nacional da República||213.||91||Brazil||Brasilia||Art||More|
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.
The Museu Picasso opened in 1963.
The museum has over 4,000 works by the painter Pablo Picasso (1881-1973). The permanent exhibition features the artist's painting, drawing, engraving, and ceramics.
The Museu Picasso was the first museum in the world dedicated to the work of Pablo Picasso and the only one created during his lifetime.
The total area of the museum is over 12,000 square meters.
|Museum Kimchikan||326.||93||South Korea||Seoul||Food||More|
Museum Kimchikan opened in 1986 as the Kimchi Museum.
The museum is dedicated to kimchi, one of the foundations of Korean cuisine. Kimchi is a spicy dish made of fermented vegetables with a predominance of cabbage with toppings.
The museum is divided into three parts, the first presents the history of kimchi, the second shows how kimchi is prepared and what its nutritional benefits are, the third presents a multitude of historical and regional varieties.
|Museum of Contemporary Art Australia||165.||91||Australia||Sydney||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.
|Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilizations||80.||147||France||Marseille||Anthropology, archeology,... ethnography, art||More|
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.
|Museum of Fine Arts||256.||89||Hungary||Budapest||Art||More|
The Museum of Fine Arts opened to the public in 1906.
The collection is divided into 6 sections: ancient Egypt, ancient Greece and Rome, painting (13th-18th century), sculpture (from the Middle Ages to the 17th century), drawings and prints, art after 1800.
The collection includes works by, among others, Domenico Ghirlandaio, Giorgione, Titian, Leonardo da Vinci, Tintoretto, Dürer, Lucas Cranach the Elder, Pieter Bruegel the Elder, Rubens, Frans Hals, El Greco, Velázquez, Goya, Eugène Delacroix, Jean-Baptiste -Camille Corot, Gustave Courbet, Édouard Manet, Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Auguste Rodin and Constantin Meunier.
The number of works of art in the museum exceeds 120,000.
|Museum of Fine Arts||77.||141||USA||Boston||Art||More|
Museum of Fine Arts was founded in 1870.
It has over 450,000 works of art from various periods from antiquity to the present day. The collection includes, among others, ancient Egyptian and Greek sculptures, Dutch painting of the seventeenth century, paintings of French impressionists, American art of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, Japanese ceramics and woodcut.
|Museum of Fine Arts||163.||103||USA||Houston||Art||More|
Museum of Fine Arts founded in 1900.
It has over 70,000 exhibits in its collection from antiquity to the present day. The collection consists of art: European (e.g. Sandro Botticelli, Francisco Goya, Peter Paul Rubens, Claude Monet, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Édouard Manet, Paul Cézanne, Vincent van Gogh), American (e.g. Charles Willson Peale, Albert Bierstadt, Mary Cassatt , Georgia O'Keeffe, Alexander Calder, Jackson Pollock, Robert Rauschenberg, Andy Warhol), Latin America (e.g. David Alfaro Siqueiros), Africa, Asia (e.g. Utamaro Kitagawa), Australia and Oceania, Islam, photography (e.g. Man Ray, Alfred Stieglitz).
|Museum of Latin American Art of Buenos Aires||117.||90||Argentina||Buenos Aires||Art||More|
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.
|Museum of Liverpool||291.||87||United Kingdom||Liverpool||National, urban... - history||More|
The Museum of Liverpool opened in 2011 and its predecessor the Museum of Liverpool Life in 1993.
The Museum of Liverpool is part of the National Museums Liverpool.
The Museum of Liverpool tells the story of the city and port.
There are more than 6,000 objects on display at the museum.
The museum building is 110 meters long, 60 meters wide and 26 meters high. The exhibition space in the building occupies 8,000 square meters.
|Museum of Modern Art||35.||138||USA||New York||Art||More|
Museum of Modern Art was founded in 1929.
Museum departments: architecture and design, painting and sculpture, graphics and book illustration, drawing, photography, film, media.
The collection includes works by: Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dali, Edward Hopper.
The MoMA library has a collection of 300,000 books primarily on the history of modern art.
|Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa||130.||88||New Zealand||Wellington||Archeology, ethnography,... history, natural history||More|
The Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa founded in 1992.
The museum's collections include, among others, collections of Maori and Pacific cultures, a historical collection (e.g. New Zealand post archive with about 20,000 stamps), a collection of furniture and other antiques, natural history collections (e.g. fossils, herbarium [about 260,000], amphibians, reptiles, birds [about 70,000], mammals), the world's largest specimen of a rare colossal squid (Mesonychoteuthis hamiltoni). The museum building has an area of 36,000 square meters.
|Museum of Science||235.||112||USA||Boston||Science and technology,... natural history||More|
The Museum of Science (MoS) deduces its history back to 1830.
Permanent exhibitions include sciences and topics such as: mathematics, astronomy, human biology, robotics, computers, spacecraft, electricity, renewable energy, nanotechnology, rocks and minerals, plants, dinosaurs, birds, butterflies, stuffed and living animals.
MoS has 700 models and interactive exhibits.
MoS also includes the indoor zoo, the Charles Hayden Planetarium, the Mugar Omni Theater, and IMAX.
|Museum of Science and Industry||219.||127||USA||Chicago||Science and technology||More|
Museum of Science and Industry opened in 1933.
In the museum you can see, among others:
- the first diesel-powered, streamlined stainless-steel train, the Pioneer Zephyr,
- 999 Empire State Express steam locomotive,
- a working, full-size replica of a hard coal mine,
- German submarine U-505 from World War II,
- the first Boeing 727 jet plane in commercial service,
- Apollo 8 spacecraft.
The entire collection includes more than 35,000 artifacts, of which more than 2,000 exhibits are displayed in 75 main rooms.
The museum has over 37,160 square meters of exhibition space.
|Museum of the History of Barcelona||317.||113||Spain||Barcelona||Urban - history||More|
The Museum of the History of Barcelona (MUHBA) opened in 1943.
MUHBA deals with the urban life of the city from its beginnings to the present day, i.e. over the last 2000 years.
The MUHBA on site:
MUHBA Casa Padellàs - House of the History of Barcelona
MUHBA Plaça de Rei
MUHBA Temple of Augustus
The Door of the Sea and the Dockside Thermal Baths
MUHBA Roman funeral Way
MUHBA The Domus Avignon
MUHBA The Domus of Sant Honorat
MUHBA El Call
MUHBA Santa Caterina
MUHBA Oliva Artés
MUHBA Good Shepherd
MUHBA Fabra and Coats
MUHBA House of Water
MUHBA Vil. la Joana
MUHBA Park Güell
MUHBA Shelter 307
MUHBA Turó de la Rovira
MUHBA Collections Center
|Museum of Tomorrow||308.||116||Brazil||Rio de Janeiro||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
|Museum Siam||320.||118||Thailand||Bangkok||History, Culture,... Thai way of life||More|
Museum Siam, Discovery Museum under the National Discovery Museum Institute (NDMI), is the first discovery museum that focuses on making visitors gain new experience while visiting a museum. Museum Siam is built as a model for a pleasurable learning center and raises the standard of new learning methods for Thai citizens, especially children and youth. It is the place to develop conscience in knowing themselves, neighbors, and the world. The creation of a “brand-new notion and image” of a museum in a learning society, through modern technology and creative activities, is to make learning histories and stories more interesting and enjoyable. The new learning is composed of Main Exhibition, Special Exhibitions, and Creative Learning Activities
|Museums Victoria||143.||90||Australia||Melbourne||Natural history,... cultural history, science and technology||More|
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.
|Mysore Palace||201.||205||India||Mysore||Historic house||More|
The Mysore Palace was the official residence of the Princely State of Mysore.
The palace was built in the years 1897-1912 in the Indian-Saracenic style.
Palace dimensions; length 74.7 meters, width 47.5 meters, height 44.2 meters.
The Residential Museum is located in the palace complex.
In the palace, you can see, among others: a jeweled golden throne and a golden howdah (elephant seat).
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
|National Air and Space Museum||11.||150||USA||Washington||Air and space||More|
National Air and Space Museum part of the Smithsonian Institution, open since 1976. He makes public about 80% of his 50,000 exhibits. The most important of them are:
- the world's first Flyer I engine plane constructed in 1903 by the Wright brothers
- Spirit of St. Louis, which the American pilot Charles Lindbergh made in 1927 the first single stopover flight from North America to Europe
- built from original components acquired during World War II, the German V2 rocket
- Columbia command module (orbital) from the Apollo 11 mission, during which the first human landing on the moon took place
- Discovery space shuttle
- supersonic Concorde passenger plane
A view of the "America by Air" gallery; National Air and Space Museum, Smithsonian
|National Archaeological Museum||283.||100||Greece||Athens||National - archeology||More|
The National Archaeological Museum was founded in 1829.
The entire collections are divided into:
- collection of prehistoric antiques (Neolithic, Cycladic and Mycenaean)
- collection of ancient Greek sculptures (7th century BC - 5th century AD)
- vase and minerals collection (11th century BC - Roman era)
- metallurgical works collection
- collection of Egyptian and Eastern Antiquities (5000 BC - Roman era)
The National Archaeological Museum has in its collection, among others, the golden Mask of Agamemnon and the bronze statue of Zeus or Poseidon.
The collection consists of over 11,000 exhibits.
The museum covers an area of 8,000 square meters.
|National Art Center, Tokyo||46.||168||Japan||Tokyo||Art||More|
The National Art Center, Tokyo (NACT) was opened in 2007.
NACT does not have its own collection, permanent exhibition. Curators of NACT organizes temporary exhibitions and sponsored presentations, sometimes with other organizations.
NACT's exhibition space is 14,000 square meters.
|National Folk Museum of Korea||60.||211||South Korea||Seoul||Ethnography||More|
The National Folk Museum of Korea is a museum that represents daily life and culture of Korea and is visited by more than two million people every year. We provide educational and cultural opportunities to better understand and experience the traditional Korean lifestyle. Since its establishment in 1946, the National Museum of Anthropology has primarily investigated and researched Korean folk culture, while having has acquired, preserved, and exhibited Korean folk cultural artifacts. Over the years, we have held permanent and special exhibitions, published reports, while also having conducted lectures and other public education programs. Now, in keeping with the paradigm for museums in the 21st century that require them to be more responsive to the public and take an open and specialized approach, we are striving to expand our visitor base and reach out to visitors more effectively.
|National Galleries of Scotland||65.||145||United Kingdom||Edinburgh||Art||More|
National Galleries of Scotland organized in 1985. Brings together:
Scottish National Gallery,
Scottish National Portrait Gallery,
Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art,
Granton Center for Art.
Has nearly 100,000 esponates in its collection, which includes works by artists such as Titian, Rembrandt, Picasso, Hockney, and Warhol.
|National Gallery||4.||242||United Kingdom||London||Art||More|
National Gallery was founded in 1824. You can see 2,300 images there.
The most famous works:
- Leonardo da Vinci "Madonna in the Grotto"
- Vincent van Gogh "Sunflowers"
- Rembrandt van Rijn "Bathing woman"
- Caravaggio "Supper in Emmaus"
|National Gallery of Art||13.||175||USA||Washington||Art||More|
The National Gallery of Art, founded as a gift to the nation, serves as a center of visual art, education, and culture. Our collection of more than 150,000 paintings, sculpture, decorative arts, photographs, prints, and drawings spans the history of Western art and showcases some of the triumphs of human creativity. Across 363 days a year, the National Gallery offers a full spectrum of special exhibitions and public programs free of charge.
|National Gallery of Australia||271.||87||Australia||Canberra||National - art||More|
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.
|National Gallery of Ireland||290.||90||Ireland||Dublin||National - art||More|
The National Gallery of Ireland opened to the public in 1864.
It has collections of European and Irish art in its collection. It includes the works of, among others Titian, Rembrandt, Caravaggio, Velázquez, Rubens, van Dyck, Reynolds, Delacroix, Monet, Picasso, Jack Butler Yeats.
The entire collection comprises approximately 14,000 works of art, including approximately 2,500 oil paintings, 5,000 prints and 5,000 drawings.
|National Gallery of Victoria||45.||293||Australia||Melbourne||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.
|National Gallery Singapore||64.||191||Singapore||Singapore||Art||More|
National Gallery Singapore was founded in 2015.
The collection of over 8,000 works of art is presented on an area of 64,000 square meters.
The National Gallery Singapore exhibits works of artists from Singapore and Southeast Asia from the 19th to the 21st century.
National Gallery Singapore, Link Bridges at the Padang Atrium
|National Maritime Museum||221.||185||South Korea||Busan||Maritime||More|
National Maritime Museum opened in 2012.
The exhibitions focus on all aspects of marine and ocean life, from sea creatures to the history of the maritime industry based on 5,000 years of maritime culture. In the museum, you can see, among others, a replica of the Ship of Joseon Envoy.
Over 12,000 artefacts are presented at the exhibitions.
The museum covers an area of 45,444 square meters, including a total floor area of 25,870 square meters.
|National Museum Bangkok||188.||93||Thailand||Bangkok||Archeology, history,... art, ethnography||More|
The National Museum Bangkok has been open since 1874.
The permanent exhibitions at the museum are divided into three parts:
1. The Thai History Gallery,
2. The Archeological and Art History Collections,
3. The Decorative Arts and Ethnological Collection.
In the museum you can see, among others: The King Ram Khamhaeng Inscription, royal coats of arms and insignia, ivory carvings, shadow puppets, Khon masks.
|National Museum in Krakow||272.||76||Poland||Krakow||Art||More|
The National Museum in Krakow (NMK) was established in 1879.
The museum has a collection of works of Polish, European and non-European art, including:
- Leonardo da Vinci "Lady with an Ermine"
- Rembrandt "Landscape with the Good Samaritan"
The NMK has 12 branches and over 900,000 exhibits.
|National Museum of African American History and Culture||52.||170||USA||Washington||History||More|
The National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) belongs to the Smithsonian Institution, opened to the public in 2016.
The museum building has an area of 33,000 square meters.
NMAAHC has in its collection over 40,000 exhibits, of which about 3,500 exhibits are exhibited. The museum presents African American history, art, music. One of the most pipular exhibits was the 1953 Jacqueline Bouvier wedding dress when she got married to John F. Kennedy, a trumpet that belonged to jazz musician Louis Armstrong, Muhammad Ali's boxing gloves.
|National Museum of American History||20.||137||USA||Washington||History||More|
The National Museum of American History as part of the Smithsonian Institution was opened in 1964 as the Museum of History and Technology. The museum collects, preserves and exposes the US heritage in the aspect of social, political, cultural, scientific and military history. Among the items presented is the original banner with the stars - a flag that fluttered over Fort McHenry in the port of Baltimore during the maritime part of the Battle of Baltimore during the war in 1812.
|National Museum of Anthropology||43.||425||Mexico||Mexico City||Archeology, anthropology||More|
The National Museum of Anthropology has been open since 1964.
Exposition area: 44,000 square meters.
In the museum you can see archaeological and ethnographic collections from 2500 BC to the present day.
|National Museum of Australia||242.||92||Australia||Canberra||National - history||More|
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.
|National Museum of China||2.||198||China||Beijing||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.
|National Museum of Colombia||265.||127||Colombia||Bogotá||National - art,... history, archeology, ethnography||More|
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.
|National Museum of Denmark||241.||94||Denmark||Copenhagen||National - history,... archeology, anthropology||More|
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.
|National Museum of Ethiopia||325.||105||Ethiopia||Addis Ababa||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.
|National Museum of History||39.||198||Mexico||Mexico City||History||More|
The National Museum of History (MNH) was opened to the public in Castillo de Chapultepec in 1944.
The exhibitions show the history of Mexico, from the conquest of Spain, through the colonial era, the war of independence, to the revolution of 1910.
|National Museum of India||141.||134||India||New Delhi||Art, archeology,... anthropology, history||More|
National Museum of India founded in 1949.
Its collections include artifacts covering over 5000 years of history, from the prehistoric era to modern works of art. The museum has 206,000 objects in its collections.
It is divided into collections:
Pre - Histroic Archaeology
Paintings (mainly miniature painting)
Arms & Armour
Central Asian Antiquities
Numismatic & Epigraphy
Pre-Columbian & Western Art
|National Museum of Indonesia||275.||95||Indonesia||Jakarta||Archeology, anthropology,... ethnography, art||More|
The National Museum of Indonesia (MusNas) dates back to 1778.
Museum collections of archeology, ceramics, ethnography, numismatics cover almost the entire history of Indonesia. Particularly noteworthy are the collection of stone statues from the classical Hindu-Buddhist period of ancient Java and Sumatra and the collection of Chinese ceramics dating from the Han (2nd century BC) to Qing times (18th century).
MusNas stores nearly 200,000 artifacts in its collection.
MusNas covers an area of 26,500 square meters.
|National Museum of Ireland||206.||92||Ireland||Dublin||Archeology, natural... history, history, decorative arts, country life||More|
The National Museum of Ireland (NMI) was established in 1877 as a state museum.
The exhibits collected in the museum come from prehistoric times to the present day, including: gold products from the Bronze and Iron Ages, early medieval Celtic metalwork (e.g. the Derrynaflan treasure), items from the Viking and Middle Ages, well-preserved marsh bodies and the Ralaghan Man, extinct mammals, contemporary design.
NMI has four branches.
The entire collection includes almost 4,000,000 items.
|National Museum of Korea||28.||195||South Korea||Seoul||Art||More|
The National Museum of Korea was founded in 1909 as the Imperial Household Museum.
It has over 310,000 exhibits, on 307 227 square meters of exhibition space. One of the most important artifacts is the golden crown of Silla and the 10-story pagoda of the Gyeongcheons Temple.
|National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art||106.||88||South Korea||Gwacheon||Art||More|
National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art established in 1969.
It has 4 locations in Gwacheon, Seoul, Deoksugung, Cheongju.
MMCA presents modern Korean and contemporary art from around the world. You can see works there, among others, Nam June Paik and Andy Warhol.
Around 7,000 works of art are stored at the headquarters in Gwacheon.
|National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Algiers||262.||89||Algeria||Algiers||Modern and contemporary... art and design||More|
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.
|National Museum of Modern Art||230.||93||Japan||Kyoto||Art||More|
National Museum of Modern Art (MoMAK) established in 1963.
It collects works of art from the 20th and 21st centuries.
MoMAK has in its collection works by such artists as: Tomioka Tessai, Wassily Kandinsky, Georges Braque, Tsuguharu Fujita, Marc Chagall, Barbara Hepworth, and David Hockney.
The total area of MoMAK is 9761.99 square meters, of which 2604.94 square meters is the exhibition space.
|National Museum of Natural History||16.||140||USA||Washington||Natural history||More|
The National Museum of Natural History is part of the Smithsonian Institution. It was founded in 1910.
Currently, exhibition and public space covers 30,200 square meters.
It has more than 126 million specimens of minerals, rocks, meteorites, fossils, plants, animals, human bones and artifacts.
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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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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.
|National Museum of Nature and Science||42.||196||Japan||Tokyo||Natural history,... science and technology||More|
The National Museum of Nature and Science opened in 1871. It has over 10,000 exhibits in its collection. The museum focuses on natural history and interactive scientific experience. The most famous exhibits are: the crafted faithful dog Hachiko, fragment of the Nantan meteorite that fell on China in the 16th century, a mummy from the Japanese Edo period (1603-1868), an original WWII fighter.
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The National Museum of Singapore opened in 1887.
The collections consist of artifacts related to the history of Singapore, such as the approximately 1,000-year-old Singapore Stone with inscriptions in Old Hawaiian or Sanskrit, and 14th century gold ornaments discovered at nearby Fort Canning Hill in 1928.
|National Museum of the American Indian||244.||111||USA||Washington||National – memorial,... anthropology||More|
The National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) was established in 1989 as part of the Smithsonian Institution. It includes: NMAI at the National Mall in Washington, the George Gustav Heye Center (GGHC) in New York, the Cultural Resources Center (CRC) in Suitland, Maryland.
The museum is dedicated to the culture of the indigenous peoples of the Americas, especially North American Indians.
The collection includes over 800,000 objects, archives and media, as well as over 125,000 photos.
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National Museum of the Philippines created in 1901.
The National Museum Complex in Manila includes the National Museum of Fine Arts, National Museum of Anthropology, National Museum of Natural History, and National Planetarium.
In the National Museum of the Philippines, among the National Cultural Treasures on display you can find: Manunggul Burial Jar from the Neolithic period, Butuan Balangay Boat dated 320 AD which is the first balangay excavated by the National Museum of the Philippines, astrolabes recovered from the wreckage of the San Diego galleon.
The National Museum of the Philippines manages over a dozen regional museums located all over the Philippines, and regional museums have a dozen more a regional branches.
|National Museum of the Village "Dimitrie Gusti"||263.||87||Romania||Bucharest||Ethnographic open-air... museum||More|
National Museum of the Village "Dimitrie Gusti" (Muzeul National al Satului "Dimitrie Gusti") founded in 1936.
On the premises of the museum there are farms, peasant houses, craft workshops, Orthodox churches, a chapel, an inn with interior furnishings such as furniture, ceramics, fabrics, tools. Most of the buildings are 17th to 20th century originals from all over Romania.
The permanent exhibition includes 123 separate complexes, which include 363 architectural monuments and over 50,000 artifacts.
The exhibition area is approximately 12.5 ha.
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The National Museum of Western Art was opened in 1959.
He collects art from Western countries from the Renaissance to the 20th century. It has about 4500 exhibits.
|National museum, Czech republic||186.||91||Czech||Prague||National - natural... history, history, art, musical||More|
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 Museums Scotland (NMS) was formed in 1985, however, it originates from the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland founded in 1780.
The museum consists of:
- National Museum of Scotland
- National Museum of Flight
- National War Museum
- National Museum of Rural Life
- National Museums Collection Centre
The exhibitions display 8,000 exhibits, mainly Scottish archaeological monuments but also objects from around the world in the fields of geology, natural history, art as well as science and technology.
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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.
|National Palace Museum of Korea||135.||101||South Korea||Seoul||Art, history||More|
National Palace Museum of Korea founded in 1908 as the Korean Imperial Museum. The museum occupies in Gyeongbokgung Palace, Seoul. In its collection, the museum has over 40,000 artifacts from the time of Joseon Dynasty and the Korean Empire.
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The National Portrait Gallery was opened in 1856.
Has in the collection of nearly 200,000 portraits of famous British people.
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Established in 1962, the National Portrait Gallery is part of the Smithsonian Institution.
The National Portrait Gallery tells the history of America by presenting portraits of famous Americans - politicians, artists, scientists, explorers. It has, among other things, a representative collection of portraits of American presidents.
The National Portrait Gallery has gathered over 23,000 objects.
National Portrait Gallery Building by Tony Powell, 2019
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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.
|National Science and Technology Museum||167.||108||Chinese Taipei||Kaohsiung||Science and technology||More|
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.
|National September 11 Memorial & Museum||86.||172||USA||New York||Memorial||More|
National September 11 Memorial & Museum opened to the public in 2014.
The monument and museum in New York commemorate the attacks of September 11, 2001.
The museum collection includes, among others, over 40,000 paintings and 14,000 artifacts.
|National Taiwan Science Education Center||147.||111||Chinese Taipei||Taipei||Science and technology||More|
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.
|National Textile Museum||314.||155||Malaysia||Kuala Lumpur||National - textile||More|
The National Textile Museum opened to the public in 2010.
The museum is divided into four galleries:
1. Pohon Budi Gallery presents the origin of textiles from prehistoric times to the present day and their development through trade,
2. Pelangi Gallery, among others, various types of batiks and their development over the years.
3. Teluk Berantai Galery, among others, a collection of gold embroidery, embroidered applications on velvet and silk,
4. Ratna Sari Gallery, Malay, Chinese, Indian and other ethnic artisan jewelry.
It covers an area of 3,145.3 square meters.
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Natural History Museum opened in 1881.
The collection includes over 80 million exhibits and is divided into:
Photo copyright Natural History Museum
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The Natural History Museum - Leibniz Institute for Evolution and Biodiversity Science (Museum für Naturkunde [MfN] - Leibniz Institut für Evolutions und Biodiversitätsforschung) dates back to 1810.
MfN is one of the world's most important research institutions in the field of biological and geoscientific evolution and biodiversity.
MfN has in its collections, inter alia, the largest mounted dinosaur in the world (a Giraffatitan skeleton) and the largest piece of amber in the world.
MfN stores over 30 million objects in the field of zoology, palaeontology, geology and mineralogy, of which 0.02% is exhibited.
The exhibition area is 4,400 square meters.
Dinosaur Hall in the Museum für Naturkunde Berlin, visible, among others, a fragment of a Giraffatitan brancai skeleton. Photo: Thomas Rosenthal
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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
|NEMO Science Museum||310.||106||Netherlands||Amsterdam||Science and technology||More|
NEMO Science Museum was opened in 1997, however it dates back to 1923.
Exhibitions are devoted to electricity and electrical engineering as well as DNA, chain reaction, production line, water cycle, human mind, metals, buildings and business. Part of the exhibition is a large science laboratory.
Consists of the NEMO Science Museum, The Studio, and NEMO Depot. It has a NEMO Schiphol branch at Amsterdam-Schiphol airport.
The collection includes over 19,000 artefacts.
|Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre||321.||101||New Zealand||Blenheim||Air||More|
Omaka Aviation Heritage Center was opened in 2006.
A collection of planes from World War I and II, e.g.
- Curtiss Models F Flying Boat
- Airco DH.4
- Thomas-Morse S-4 "Tommy Scout"
- Messerschmitt Bf 108
- Lockheed Hudson
- de Havilland DH.98 "Mosquito"
- Curtiss P-40N Kittyhawk "Gloria Lyons"
- Supermarine Spitfire Mark XIV (Griffon-powered variants)
- Focke-Wulf Fw 190
as well as military uniforms, logbooks, photos, letters.
Osaka Castle was built at the end of the 16th century, made of wood, on two embankments of earth and hewn stones, surrounded by a moat. It was destroyed and rebuilt many times, currently it is a concrete reconstruction of the 17th-century Osaka Castle. There are 13 buildings in the castle, the main of which is a five-story tower.
The castle covers an area of over 6 hectares and is surrounded by 106 hectares of an open park.
Currently, a historical museum called Osaka Castle Museum operates inside the castle.
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The Otago Museum opened to the public in 1868.
The museum presents, among others: Maori artifacts, moa eggs, a collection of spiders and arachnids, Japanese armor, sharp weapons from India, ancient coins, Islamic ceramics, There are over 1.5 million objects from all over the world.
The museum has an interactive science center divided into two parts, one deals with physics and technology and the other covers the Tropical Forest with live flora and fauna, including hundreds of butterflies.
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The Palácio Nacional de Mafra (National Palace of Mafra) consists of a palace, basilica, convent (which includes a library), Cerco Garden and hunting park (Tapada). Built in the years 1717-1755 in the baroque and neoclassical styles. The entire complex covers 37,790 square meters with approximately 1,200 rooms.
As a museum, it officially opened to the public in 1911. Currently, the National Museum of Music is being moved to the palace complex.
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Palacio Real de Madrid (Royal Palace of Madrid) built between 1735-1764 in the classical baroque style. It is the official residence of the Spanish royal family and the largest royal palace in Western Europe. It has 3,418 rooms and covers an area of 135,000 square meters.
The palace is decorated with frescoes by Giovanni Battista Tiepolo and Anton Raphael Mengs. The interiors exhibit oil paintings by artists such as Caravaggio, Francisco de Goya, Velázquez and a set of five string instruments made by Antonio Stradivari (Stradivarius Palatinos). The palace houses, among others, the Royal Armory and the Crown Room.
The origins of the museum date back to 1935.
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Palazzo Ducale founded in 1340. From 1923 changed to a museum. Includes, among others, Museo dell'Opera, Doge's apartments, Institutional chambers.
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Palazzo Reale di Milano (the Royal Palace of Milan) with medieval origins, renovated many times. In the years 1773-1778 restored in the Neo-Classical style, then the most famous interior of the Hall of the Caryatids (46 by 17 meters) was arranged, destroyed in 1943 during World War II.
In 1980, repair projects for the interior of the palace began in order to create a "Palace Museum", which, however, did not come into being. Currently, the Municipality of Milan organizes loud international exhibitions of modern and contemporary art in the palace. The Museum of the Duomo of Milan has been operating in the wing of the palace since 2013.
The palace covers an area of 7,000 square meters.
|Parco archeologico del Colosseo||104.||90||Italy||Rome||Archaeological park||More|
Parco archeologico del Colosseo founded in 2017.
It covers the most important monuments and historical places of ancient Rome, among others: The Colosseum, The Palatine, Roman Forum, Arch of Constantine and Meta Sudans, The Domus Aurea.
|Parco Archeologico di Pompei||115.||89||Italy||Pompeii||Archaeological park||More|
Parco Archeologico di Pompei has been operating under its current name since 2017.
Parco Archeologico di Pompei covers an area of 67 hectares of the ancient city covered with a layer of volcanic ash and pumice stone by the volcano Vesuvius during the eruption in 79 AD. At the Parco Archeologico di Pompei you can visit, among others: the Amphitheater, the Temple of Apollo, the House of Faun.
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Pena Palace built in 1842–1854 for King Ferynand II by the engineer Wilhelm von Eschwege. The eclectic palace is one of the main objects of the 19th century Romanticism in the world. The palace is surrounded by a 200-hectare forest park.
Pergamonmuseum opened to the public in 1930.
It is part of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin belonging to Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz.
The exhibition is divided into Antiquities Collection, Museum of the Ancient Near East, Museum of Islamic Art. The Pergamonmuseum collects monuments of ancient architecture, e.g. the Pergamon Altar, the Ishtar Gate.
Am Kupfergraben, Museumsinsel Berlin, Berlin-Mitte
© Staatliche Museen zu Berlin / Maximilian Meisse
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Peterhof Palace built by Tsar Peter the Great in 1714–1723. The palace and park complex with numerous fountains, among others the Grand Cascade. Area: 3 934 hectares.
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).
Petra - a historic and archaeological city with numerous structures carved into the rocks.
The following periods are distinguished in the development of Petra's architecture:
- Nabatean (3rd-2nd century BC),
- Hellenistic (1st century BC - 1st century AD),
- Roman (2nd-3rd century AD),
- Byzantine (4th-6th century AD).
The most famous examples of Petra's architecture are:
- Al-Khazneh (Treasury),
- en-Nejr theater,
- the Urn Tombs,
- Qasr al-Bint temple,
- Ad Deir (Monastery).
Within the ancient city are the Petra Archaeological Park (PAP), which covers an area of 264,000 square meters, and the Petra Museum with its 280 artifacts.
|Philadelphia Museum of Art||133.||119||USA||Philadelphia||Art||More|
The Philadelphia Museum of Art was founded in 1876.
It has significant collections of European, American and Asian art. The Philadelphia Museum of Art includes, among others: the world's largest collection of works by Marcel Duchamp, an important collection of sculptures by Auguste Rodin, important paintings by Édouard Manet, Claude Monet, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Paul Cézanne and Vincent van Gogh, the richest collection of paintings in the USA by Thomas Eakins, a collection of Paul Strand's photographs, Shakers' crafts, numerous "period rooms" and architectural ensembles from around the world, e.g. from China, India, Japan, United Kingdom and France, a collection of weapons and combat gear second largest in the USA.
The entire collection of the Philadelphia Museum of Art includes over 240,000 exhibits.
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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
|PT Taman Wisata Candi Borobudur, Prambanan, dan Ratu Boko||124.||92||Indonesia||Magelang||Temple, national||More|
PT Taman Wisata Candi Borobudur, Prambanan, dan Ratu Boko (commonly abbreviated TWC) founded in 1980 is a state-owned company that deals with the management of tourist facilities.
PT TWC manages primarily:
- Borobudur - the largest Buddhist temple complex in the world, built between 750 and 850 CE
There are three museums in the Borobudur Temple Visitor Park area: Museum Borobudur, Museum Karmawibhangga, and Museum Samudraraksa.
- Prambanan - a Hindu temple complex originally built in 850 CE
- Ratu Boko - palace complex from the 8th and 9th centuries
- Taman Mini "Indonesia Indah" (TMII) covers an area of approximately 100 ha and consists of:
Purna Bhakti Pertiwi Museum
Indonesian Stamps Museum
Museum Electricity & New Energy Museum
Komodo Indonesian Fauna Museum and Reptile Park
Research & Technology Information Center
Oil & Gas Museum
East Timor Museum
Museum Bayt Al-qur'an Dan Museum Istiqlal
Museum Hakka Indonesia
|Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts||87.||159||Russia||Moscow||Art||More|
Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts was opened in 1912.
Currently, it has around 700,000 European art exhibits.
|Qatar Museums||193.||155||Qatar||Doha||Art, archeology,... history||More|
The Qatar Museums includes:
- Museum of Islamic Art (MIA), opened in 2008, covers an area of 45,000 square meters, about 10% of the collection can be seen in permanent exhibitions,
- Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art, opened in 2010, covers an area of 5,500 square meters, has a collection of over 9,000 works of art,
- National Museum of Qatar, opened in 2019, covers an area of 40,000 square meters, the collection consists of approximately 8,000 objects,
- QM Gallery Katara,
- QM Gallery Alriwaq,
- Garage Gallery, Fire Station.
Soon to open: Qatar Children's Museum, Orientalist Museum, 3-2-1 Qatar Olympic and Sports Museum, M7.