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Best Museums in the world, worth traveling for!



When it comes to museums, almost every country boasts of one, and each of those museums indeed is unique and special. After all, they showcase the culture and history of their nation and boast of impressive collections. Still, some of the museums rank higher than others based on the quantity and quality of reviews and ratings. And as entry to some of these museums can be expensive, why not take out a fast cash loan from Cashlady and get the fund in your account within 24 hours.

Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa
Located in Cape Town, South Africa, the 100-gallery Zeitz Museum is indeed a modem museum that belongs to the of 21st-century. The museum hosts international exhibitions and events and showcases art from Africa and its diaspora. It carries works of revolutionary artists of Africa.

National Gallery of Canada
National Gallery of Canada is placed in Ottawa and offers a unique overview of Canadian art right from the early Quebec works, the Inuit work from the fifties, and avant-garde contemporaries. There are Indian, European, American, Inuit, and Canadian works that reflect upon the spirit of a country.

The National 9/11 Museum and Memorial
National 9/11 Museum and Memorial commemorates those who lost their lives in the 9/11 terror attacks and is built on the site of the former World Trade Center. There is a beautiful memorial pool outside while the museum displays archives and artifacts related to the 9/11 attacks.

Tate Modern in London
The museum is located within the former Bankside Power Station (here’s the story on The Guardian), and the gallery has 19th-century art that was donated by Henry Tate, a British industrialist. Later, the Tate Trustees further developed the museum and its collection with modern and contemporary artworks from artists like Andy Warhol and Pablo Picasso.

The Shrine of the Book
The Shrine of the Book is a unique museum that is located in Israel and showcases the most important cultural artifacts in the history of Christianity. There are always some parts of the entire manuscripts that are always on display. The exhibitions tell the story of the people and their existence thousands of years ago and hold the ancient and complete text of the Bible.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Another world-famous museum is the Metropolitan Museum of Art, which is located in New York City. The landmark gallery displays artworks and sculptures that date to more than 5,000 years ago and from different parts of the world. You can look at some well-known Edgar Degas’ paintings as well as Islamic art or Chinese artifacts.

The Museum Egyptian Antiquities
The Museum Egyptian Antiquities is one of the largest museums in North Africa and is located in Cairo. It holds the largest collection of Pharaonic antiquities and houses about 120,000 ancient Egyptian artifacts. Commissioned by the Egyptian government, the museum is a must-visit and attempts to prevent plundering in archeological and historical sites of Egypt.

Tokugawa Art Museum
Located in Japan, the Tokugawa Art Museum carries artworks of Western masters such as Manet and Whistler as well as the arts that flowered in Japan during the Edo period. The Tokugawa family ruled over Japan from 1600 to 1868, which is also the longest period of peace in its history. The exhibits include exquisite pottery and clothing, as well as samurai swords and armor.

Louvre museum
Another well-known art museum is Louvre in Paris. It boasts of an impressive collection of Italian Renaissance art, and it is here where you can see Leonardo da Vinci’s, Mona Lisa. Louvre was set up as a museum in 1793 and is now the world’s largest art museum that boasts of more than 380,000 works of art.










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December 13, 2019

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Mexico makes deal to defuse naked Zapata painting row

Head cones in ancient Egyptian graves cap archaeological debate

Saint Louis Art Museum receives gift of collection of 19th-century photography

Perrotin Tokyo opens an exhibition of works by Takashi Murakami

Keith Haring mural in Amsterdam preserved for the future

Christie's First Open sale highlighted by kinetic work from New Media artist collective, BREAKFAST

White Cube announces representation of the estate of Bram Bogart

Louise Giovanelli's first solo show in Italy on view at Frutta Gallery

Griffin Museum of Photography opens an exhibition of black and white images by Joshua Sariñana

JEMP 2019 -Mechanical: An experimental music festival inspired by Polish Constructivism opens in London

Modern Patek Philippe wristwatches dominate Sotheby's $8.2 Million Important Watches Auction in NYC

Exhibition explores the importance of works by architects associated with the Avant-Garde

Christie's Magnificent Jewels totals $67.5 million

"An Exceptional Eye: Collections of a Free Spirit" achieves €12.5 million at Christie's Paris

JR's street gallery comes indoors

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Dix Noonan Webb to sell extremely rare 16th century hawking whistle

Garage Museum of Contemporary Art launches the experimental program Garage Digital

The Florida Aquarium partners with NOAA on new coral reef restoration initiative

Best Museums in the world, worth traveling for!

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