5 Museums You Should Visit if You are a History Buff

The glorious past should never be left behind to rot. That’s exactly what must have occurred to people who crafted museums, consisting of domains from the older times- arts, weapons to the little components of their daily life. If you take a keen interest in the past, you should certainly visit these museums that take you through a tour down the memory lane- from wars to victories, from clothing to musical instruments-reminding you of the history of your culture, country and the world at large.

Le Louvre, Paris, France
Before being converted into a museum 200 years ago, The Louvre served as a palace for the kings of France. The exquisite architecture of the museum, along with the extensive collection of artifacts, paintings, and royal relics dating from the 19th century, makes this museum one of the best in the world. This museum also houses the legendary Leonardo da Vinci’s, “Mona Lisa.”

The Acropolis Museum, Athens, Greece
The land of Zeus, Athens, houses this spectacular museum that has been crafted with a transparent floor to show off the archaeological excavations down below. It takes you on a time travel journey into the lives and transformations of the people of Athens. If you want to have a glimpse of the early Greek life, do visit this museum.

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State Hermitage, St. Petersburg, Russia
This is one of the most visited tourist attractions in Russia, housing art collections dating as far back as the Stone Age. This museum is an architectural marvel constructed in blue and white. It was also used as a residence by the Czars. From Western European Art to Van Gogh, Cezanne, Picasso, you will see works by  celebrated and legendary artists in this museum.

The British Museum, London, England
This museum is the largest one in Britain and has relics, bones, fossils, remnants of the Parthenon from Athens and historic gold jewels. You should check out the Egyptian gallery which is the second largest in the world.

The Prado, Madrid, Spain
Housing collections selected by the Spanish royal family, you will find magnificent art items here chosen with fine taste and passion. From Spanish artists like Velázquez, Goya, Ribera to Italian legends like Raphael, your eyes will have a treat.

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