Located south of the National Square, the Herschhorn Museum is a circular building between the Old Aerospace Museum and Fort Smithsonian, displaying more than 60 pieces of modern and modern art by the famous modern and contemporary sculptors, including the famous Rodin, Works by Moore, Marini, Joan Miro and Lichtenstein offer famous sculptures of Rodin's "Galai Yimin" and Moore's "Kings and Queens". Photos of the view of the Constitution Park are also posted on the National Square.
If you have enough time, it is really good to see more. There are all the ancient and modern cultural relics, with a relatively complete variety, but it will be a bit tired to stroll around.
There may be too many museums and art galleries in Europe, many of which have not been unearthed, but the rare thing is that the staff are very kind and welcoming. For tourists from far away, even if there are some barriers to language communication, they try to explain to us, this attitude of life has left a deep impression on us, less a touch of impetuous.
The history museum is rich with lots of exhibits, culture is precipitate and proud to go inside with free explanations, well worth a visit
There are so many museums and art galleries in Europe, each painting collection is perfect and the staff is very friendly
The staff in the museum are very friendly, each painting is well-collected and the stories collected are very interesting