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Reviews about National Museum of Fine Arts

wbclawyer

4/5
Reviewed on 22 Oct 2017

The National Museum of the Philippines is very close to Licha Park. When we entered the hall, we found that it was very big. It was a little different from what we had imagined. There were thatched huts in the hall, which showed the scenes of ancient houses in a certain historical era. It is divided into many exhibition areas, including Philippine history and culture, calligraphy and painting, traditional costume exhibition, as well as modern looms, weaving products, production supplies, fishing supplies display, there is also a kind of ancient writing, a little similar to the oracle bone inscription that... It is indeed a place to increase knowledge. During the visit, many Filipino young people came to visit, some in a quiet voice, some in silent appreciation...

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In terms of personal experience, the National Museum of Manila should have three main components, namely, the separation of the Three Museums of History and Art from the Natural Museum. The National Museum on both sides of the Rizal Statue mainly exhibits works of art with oil paintings as the main framework of various historical nodes in the Philippines. The overall level is not high and the number is limited. Especially, many spaces are not open or a few oil paintings account for tens of square meters. In addition to the funds, the large exhibition hall really has to say that Philippine culture is too thin. Like us, the National Museum of the Philippines bears more of the history of the nation's blood and tears. It has repeatedly repeated centuries of colonial pain to its own people. There are traces of Spanish power and brutal acts of Japanese colonialism everywhere. Museum of Nature I can omit too much. When I went, more than half of the space was open and most of the precious fossil specimens were packed in a glass cabinet that I didn't know who moved it from. The tropical oceanic country consisting of more than 7,000 islands. In my opinion, the treasure of the town hall might be the skeleton of a giant crocodile. There were too many curiosities not shown to us. Technology and funding limited the Philippines. The right of pride. Finally, I would like to say that the Philippines is not a country that can compete with us for territory, whether national strength or national character. They are more like a simple and cunning lazy man. Under the chaotic public order, I see a wisp of knowledge-hungry purity in the museum.
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