Museums in Europe
Madame Tussauds Museum in Amsterdam

Madame Tussauds in Amsterdam was the first branch of the world famous London wax museum. The official opening of the museum in Amsterdam took place in 1971, and already in 1991 the museum moved to its current home on Dam Square - in the heart of the city. In the museum you can meet the ...

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Madame Tussauds Museum

Marie Tussauds mastered the intricacies of creating wax figures in the years when her mother worked as housekeeper for Philip Curtis, a wax figure specialist. Madame Tussauds, who transported her figures around the towns and villages of England (like magicians, circus performers or traveling ...

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Klink Prison Museum in London

The sad history of the famous Clink Prison in Southwark, located on Clink Street, begins in 1129, when Henry, cousin of King Stephen of Blois of England, became Archbishop of Winchester. Having gained power and become second in power to the monarch, the violent bishop set up two separate ...

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National Portrait Gallery of London

The National Portrait Gallery is one of the most interesting museums in London.It is part of the National Gallery and exhibits, as the name suggests, only portraits. Creation history This gallery was founded in the mid-19th century by three patrons, and when it opened in 1856 it was the ...

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The Freud Museum in London

The creator of the theory of psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud, more than eighty years old with his wife and daughter Anna, in 1938 with great difficulty left Vienna, Austria, escaping the persecution of the Nazis, and settled in London, in a quiet, comfortable and quite nice neighborhood of ...

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Transport Museum in London

The London Museum of Public Transport is an example of the frugal attitude towards things that is very characteristic of the English.It's an example of a careful attitude to things that are very characteristic of the English. Long outdated and useless means of transport of the past and the ...

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Cutty Sark Museum in London

Everyone knows the careful and reverent attitude of the British to their past, represented in landmarks, castles, cathedrals and, of course, in museums. One of these relic museums, a witness to the history and development of Great Britain, known not only in England, is a ship-museum with a ...

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National Gallery in London

London National Gallery is one of the largest art galleries of the British capital. There are more than two thousand masterpieces of Western European painting from the XII to the XX centuries in it, and all pictures in the exposition are located in chronological order. The gallery was opened on ...

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Buckingham Palace (UK)

One of the few operating royal palaces in the world today is Buckingham Palace. It is the official residence of Her Majesty the Queen in London. The area of the palace with the garden is about 20 hectares, it has its own police station, two post offices, hospital, swimming pool, bar - in fact, ...

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British Museum in London

The British Museum is the central historical and archaeological museum of Great Britain and one of the largest museums in the world. It was founded in 1753 with the permission of the British Parliament. Its exposition occupies 94 galleries, the total length of which is 4 km. It is based on ...

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Big Ben in London (UK)

The clock tower of the Palace of Westminster in London is known worldwide as Big Ben. В The House of Lords and the House of Commons meet at the Palace of Westminster, the many kilometers of its corridors are easy to lose track of, there is hardly a person who has been in all of its 1200 rooms, ...

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Harry Potter Museum in London

The Harry Potter Museum near London, created by Warner Bros. in 2012, is one of the most visited museums in the world, with up to 5,500 visitors a day. Under its roof there are hundreds of exhibits, dozens of locations where episodes of the famous film were shot. The creators felt sorry to ...

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Amstelkring Netherlands

In the center of the Red Light District, in the former home of Jan Hartmann, a Catholic church, nicknamed the Church of Our Beloved Lord in the Attic (Ons' Lieve Heer op Solder), survives. The organ and interior have been carefully restored; there are 17th- and 18th-century paintings and church ...

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Louwman Car Museum

The Lowman Automotive Museum is not as famous as other retro car museums in Europe, but its collection is very, very worth seeing - even if you're not an obsessive car enthusiast. The collection, which today consists of more than 240 cars, was started in 1934 by Peter Lowman, the father of the ...

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