This Museum of Military and Science is very famous in Ottawa. It is worth noting that the women in the war exhibition. It is a very good museum. The layout of this museum is reasonable. My father and I visited the museum together and were moved by the number of military exhibitions.
The Canadian War Museum, which opened in 2005, is one of the largest collections of war articles and materials in Canada and one of the three most important collections of war art in the world. Apparently, the whole building gradually rises from the west to the east from the ground, reminiscent of the wartime fortress, and some people think that its shape resembles a mighty warship moving eastward.
The Canadian War Museum, which opened in Ottawa, Canada in 2005, is one of the largest collections of war objects and materials in Canada and one of the three most important collections of war art in the world. The most advanced weapon acousto-optic equipment is displayed today, as well as the weapons and uniforms from the early Indian defensive warfare to the first and second world wars, as well as the physical warfare readiness of the navy, army and air forces. There are also various fighter planes, tanks, bullets, needles and even emergency medical appliances in the theatre. The contents displayed are vivid and colorful with sound and image.
Originally, I didn't want to come to this museum, but I couldn't help it. But it's also worth visiting. First of all, I was attracted to the famous bow-shaped roof of the museum by the architectural appearance. Perforations and windows formed a unique decoration of points and bars. It's actually a Morse code symbol, meaning "a memory that will never be forgotten". Under the roof, from the second floor to the first floor, there is a rectangular window, from which you can see the landmark Peace Tower of Taihua, where there is a memorial room with a list of Canadian soldiers who have lost their lives in previous wars. Every morning, young fighters will come and turn the list page by page, so that those who died in battle can enjoy the sunshine of peace. The top of the museum is a rooftop garden covered with vegetation, which coincides with the theme of the museum "regeneration". Unfortunately, there was not enough time to see it. The main exhibition hall on the first floor is also divided into four parts. There are arrow guide signs on the ground. They can't go wrong. Without Chinese introduction, you can look around and go to the underground warship collection.
The National War Memorial of Canada stands in Ottawa, the capital of Canada, to commemorate Canadian soldiers who died in the First World War. ???