12 largest museums in the world where you can walk around without getting up from the sofaBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/12-largest-museums-in-the-world-where-you-can-walk-around-without-getting-up-from-the-sofa
Has the coronavirus pandemic put an end to a planned trip to London, Paris or Madrid? It's too early to despair! You may not be able to have a beer in a London pub, but you can now visit the British Museum without leaving home! As in many other famous world museums, which can be viewed remotely with the help of modern technologies. Let's go on a virtual tour!
A virtual tour of the famous museum gives you the opportunity to get acquainted with various periods of human history and look at interesting finds of archaeologists, first of all, the famous Egyptian mummies of the British Museum.
The famous Art Museum of Amsterdam contains works by Vermeer, Rembrandt and other geniuses of painting and sculpture.
One of the most famous museums in the world contains an impressive collection of modern art - from Impressonists and post-Impressionists to our contemporaries.
The National Gallery of Art invites you to take an online walk through two exhibitions — the exhibition of American fashion of 1740 - 1895 and the exhibition of Vermeer paintings.
The most popular museum in Korea is six floors of Korean and world, for the most part, contemporary art. You won't see this in the West!
Pergamon is one of the largest museums in Germany, and there is a lot to see here, including such architectural masterpieces of antiquity as the Ishtar Gate from Babylon and the famous Pergamon Altar.
The Van Gogh Museum houses the world's largest collection of works by the famous painter, including more than 200 paintings and 500 sketches, as well as over 750 personal letters of the artist.
The Paul Getty Museum houses an extensive collection of European art from the 8th century to the present day, including paintings, drawings, sculptures, manuscripts and photographs.
The Art Museum in Sao Paulo, Brazil is a huge collection of paintings, sculptures and photographs from various eras and countries.
The famous Ufizzi Gallery offers during a virtual tour to admire the huge collection of art objects collected by the Medici family, and at the same time the palazzo itself, built by Giorgio Vasari for Cosimo de' Medici in 1560.
The 23 halls of the Museum of Anthropology are a real treasure trove for lovers of antiquity, because such an extensive collection of artifacts of the Maya civilization can not be found anywhere else!
In the collection of the museum d’Orsay — dozens of works by famous French artists created from 1848 to 1914, including works by Cezanne, Gauguin and Monet.