Priya Srivastava, TIMESOFINDIA.COM, TRAVEL TRENDS, WORLD Updated : Aug 8, 2022, 18:06 IST
A look at some of the most wonderous and stunning museums in the world. These architecture make for amazing attractions! Check them out here.
If you thought Brazil is only about pretty beaches and the iconic statue of Christ the Redeemer, you’ll have to visit the Niteroi Contemporary Art Museum set in the city of Niterói, Rio de Janeiro. Being one of the premium landmark attractions in the city, the building attracts thousands of travellers from across the globe.
The architecture of the Neue Nationalgalerie is a perfect example of 20th century art. The gallery in Berlin was built in 1968 and designed by Mies van der Rohe. It is also known as the temple of glass. Another interesting feature is that all the galleries are below ground.
This museum is a pure work of art! Set in the country’s Basque Country by the Nervión River, this incredible museum was designed by American architect Frank Gehry. This swirling architectural marvel is made using titanium, limestone and glass. Absolutely stunning!
It’s another very beautiful public art gallery in Edmonton, Alberta. The place is home to more than 6000 works of contemporary art. However, the architecture of the museum is its most striking and unique feature as the structure has a mammoth ribbon of stainless steel wrapped around the interior. These Borealis represent the northern lights, which are seen in Edmonton.
It’s another very beautiful public art gallery in Edmonton, Alberta. The place is home to more than 6000 works of contemporary art. However, the architecture of the museum is its most striking and unique feature as the structure has a mammoth ribbon of stainless steel wrapped around the interior. These Borealis represent the northern lights, which are seen in Edmonton.
A look at this museum will blow your mind completely! Simply because of its futuristic and straight out of The Matrix (movie series) kind of architecture. It is designed by the famous Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava. The “Hemesferic” building also features an IMAX cinema and planetarium.
Museum aan de Stroom or the MAS is Antwerp’s largest museum. The place consists of over 500,000 pieces of art, each narrating tales of the city from the bygone era. From here, one can also enjoy tremendous views of the gorgeous city and the Scheldt River. The design of the museum reflects the city’s relationship with water.
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A look at some of the most wonderous and stunning museums in the world. These architecture make for amazing attractions! Check them out here.

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