There seems to be a total of three floors in the memory of this museum. Generally speaking, it is also a good national-level museum. The history, culture and customs of this country will be displayed in more detail. Lots of tourists.
This museum displays the history and culture of this country, and the environment is not bad. It can be regarded as a qualified museum. Of course, because the country is relatively small, the cultural relics on display will not be too many.
We decided to check out the museum when we walked by and it didn’t let us down. Entry is only 4000 pesos, or 1.50 usd. It’s not too big, which was great for me because I tend to get bored in museums after a while. There is some cool art and exhibits. Give yourself an hour or two to check it out. We showed up when an opera show was going on so we got to watch for a little bit which was exciting.
The National Museum of Colombia (Museo Nacional de Colombia) can be regarded as one of the "unique bones" among many national museums. The predecessor of the museum turned out to be a prison, shaped like a cross, and it still retains its original appearance. The museum has a collection of nearly 20,000 archaeological relics and works of art, introducing the historical changes of Colombia from the pre-Columbian period to the middle of the last century. The most famous one is the "multiple wall". Various murals incorporate modern technology, just like the moving paintings in Hogwarts Castle. Wander through so many works of art, and feel the happiness of being an "art prisoner".
It’s very awesome. It contains the history of Colombia’s independence, and there are many other works. I have limited Spanish and I don’t understand most of them, but there is a buffet near the museum with Chinese, Colombian and sushi.
Although there are quite a lot of exhibits at the National Museum, what is always lacking?
This national museum, whose predecessor was a prison