There are many museums around the world, but it is difficult to obtain a single classification approved for these museums, there are many classifications that each adopt a certain standard such as the most visited museums in the world, or the oldest, most beautiful museums, or even the strangest museums. But when talking about the most famous and most important museums in the world, in general, the following museums appear in the introduction:

1- The Louvre Museum

Louvre MuseumThe Louvre is one of the most important art museums in the world. The French king Philippe II built a fortress in 1190, which later turned into a museum in 1793. There are more than a million pieces of art in the halls of the Louvre Museum, whether it is an oil painting or a statue. The museum has a wonderful collection of Greek, Romen and Egyptian antiquities, and from the ancient civilization of Mesopotamia, in addition to paintings and statues dating back to the eighteenth century AD. The Louvre Museum is the most visited in the world.

2- Vatican Museums

Sistina ChurchThe Vatican Museums are among the most important museums, which are a group of museums founded in 1506, the first section of the museum is dedicated to the art gallery and contains icons and paintings that were dedicated to the church during different historical stages, along with a number of the most famous works around the world, such as the “Transfiguration” and “Painting” Our Lady of Valino »to Raphael, the painting of St. Jerome in the Wild by Leonardo Da Vinci. The second section of the museum is the Museum of Modern Art, which includes post-Renaissance works.

3- British Museum

The British MuseumThe British Museum was founded in 1753, and it began with groups of the physical scientist Sir Hans Sloane, and it was opened to the public in 1959. The museum contains more than 13 million items from all over the world. It includes several sections, the most important of which are the Egyptian section, the Assyrian section, the Greco-Romen section, the British section, and other medieval monuments and other relics from the Near East. In addition to belongings of human race science, zoology, botany, geology and mineralogy, it is available for free.

4- Natural History Museum, Austria

Vienna Natural History Museum
The Vienna Natural History Museum is one of the world’s largest museums of natural history, and one of the largest in Austria. The museum was opened in 1889 and in 1918, after the end of World War I and the declaration of the Austrian Republic, the museum became a property of the Republic of Austria. The museum contains about 30 million pieces of various monuments of natural history, including fossils of extinct ancient animals, dinosaurs, and human history and development. The museum also has a rock piece of moonstone dedicated from NASA to the museum.

5- The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Metropolitan Museum of ArtThe Metropolitan Museum is the largest museum in the United States and the largest in New York City and one of the largest museums in the world. The area of ​​the museum is more than two million square feet and includes more than 3 million pieces of modern and ancient art from various countries of the world. It also includes pieces of various musical and military instruments dating back to periods of human history.

6- Uffizi Museum

Uffizi Gallery in Florence
The museum is located in Florence, Italy and is considered one of the oldest and most famous museums in Europe, where it receives more than a million and a half visitors per year, because of its richness in many unique works of art. It contains more than 100 thousand paintings.

7- The Smithsonian Museum

SmithsonianThe Smithsonian Museum is located in Washington, DC, United States of America. It is an educational and research institution funded by a group of museums and managed by the US government. Among the most prominent of these museums is the Museum of Natural History. The Smithsonian is the largest museum and research institution in the world, and was founded in 1846 by Congress. The Foundation has more than 142 million items in its holdings.

8- Solomon Guggenheim Museum

Guggenheim The Solomon Guggenheim Museum is a famous and important museum located in Manhattan in New York City, USA. The museum is the permanent home of a well-known collection of modern Impressionist works, post-Impressionist works, the early stage of modern art, and contemporary art. The museum also organizes special exhibitions throughout the year.

9- The Hermitage Museum

  Hermitage Museum in Russia Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia is one of the most important museums in the world as it contains a collection of more than three million pieces, and the museum entered the Guinness Book of the largest collection of paintings in the world. It also contains the largest collection of ancient gold jewelery from Eastern Europe and Western Asia, and Faberge jewelry. The museum includes halls to display different civilizations and eras. There are the Hall of Primitive Civilizations and Civilizations of the Ancient World, and halls for civilizations of the East.

10- Tokyo National Museum

Tokyo National MuseumThe Tokyo National Museum is considered the most important and prominent Japanese and Asian museums. It is a comprehensive museum and not only historical, especially the section on armor, weapons and the arts of war. There are sections of interest in old Japanese fashion and clothing.

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