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Everywhere I go to a city, I like to visit the local cultural and art centers of museums, art galleries and exhibition halls in the city. It can be said that the National Art Gallery of Canada in the center of Ottawa is the most I have seen. One of the museums of the soul. A huge spider at the door, the eyes are also a bit rebellious and chic. The entire building of the museum itself is a beautiful piece of art. Whether it is from a distance or a close-up perspective, this architecturally rich building is an irregular geometric figure that can create infinite imagination. The use of transparent glass and other materials and the rational use of light make the interior of the museum appear spacious and bright, and the structure is clear at a glance, so you can feel the details of art in a comfortable way! The museum houses the most valuable works of art in Canada and Europe. On the first floor is the Canadian Pavilion, where you can admire Canada's ancient Aboriginal and Inuit art to understand the origins of the nation and the cultures that are about to disappear; in the contemporary art gallery, you can appreciate the inclusive art style of modern Canada. The second floor is an international exhibition area that brings together Asian art, European art, and modern art. The works of famous artists of the Renaissance and the world's top artists have been exhibited and treasured here. Tips: Tickets: 6 Canadian dollars opening hours 4: April to October, winter closed; 10am to 6pm; public holidays closed address: 80 Sussex Drive
Posted: 6 May, 2019
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