The world’s top museums
These days, many people are turning their attention to museums and recreation centers, so it is worth taking a look at the world’s top museums and what they have to offer to visitors from all over the world.
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1. National Gallery of Singapore
The “red dot” is the acronym of a small but powerful Singapore. This venue will host the creative works of Singapore artists from the 19th century onwards as well as the works of other Asian visual arts.
2. Museu do Amanhã, Rio de Janeiro
The future lies in the Rio de Janeiro Museum of Tomorrow, a place in the heart of the city that is well ahead of its time. Contains works of modern art, built by Santiago Calatrava and located in the heart of Brazil.
3. Morocco Museum of Photography and Visual Arts
Amateur camera tourists should start photographing the sights in Morocco, where one of the largest museums dedicated to the art of photography will be open soon. Art is honored as an important manifestation of artistic and documentary expression in the world, and many Moroccan museums include renowned international and Moroccan artists.
4. National Museum of African American History and Culture, Washington, DC
The venue is in operation since 2016 and is a venue for cultural artifacts, genre-defining arts, local treasures and personal heritage to serve as a tribute to the American African American minority culture.
5. Biomuseo, Panama
The Panama Canal, which revolutionized international shipping routes, celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2014. Panama city tourists can now see the Museum of Biological Ecosystems set up in the area. Experts from the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute have helped build and design the museum, which is set to host an exhibition of biodiversity, including marine plants and native animals.
6. Louvre Abu Dhabi
The Louvre Abu Dhabi Museum is open since 2017 and aims to help transform the small Emirates of the Persian Gulf into a place of international art. Moreover, this place showcases borrowed arts from famous French museums of the Louvre in Paris in the Middle East.
7. The Broad, Los Angeles
Broad with a collection of art shows and a lending program to museums and galleries around the world, Broad makes the contemporary art collection available to a wide audience from the 1950s to today.
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