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Reviews about Victoria and Albert Museum

王怡嘉

5/5
Reviewed on 6 Sep 2015

It is strongly recommended. It may not be as famous as the British Museum, but it's definitely more interesting. There are many cultural relics in the British Museum. There are many high-value but general-looking bottles, cans, vague stones and so on. Here are easy-to-sculpt, iron art, glass, religion-based works of art. The layman looks more beautiful. It's very big. It took five hours to walk around. There are many collections and they are free. All kinds of sculptures and sculptures are amazing. The central courtyard is also good. The Museum of Nature is right next to it.

Victoria and Albert Museum
Victoria and Albert Museum
Victoria and Albert Museum
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This is the exhibition hall built in 1852 for the first Universal Exposition. When you walk into the museum named after Queen Victoria and her husband and visit it for free, you will see various exhibition halls with rich collections. In the first exhibition hall of European collections, we searched for several key collections by looking at the icons on the wall. Then we found that it was too time-consuming, so we went on a horse-and-flower tour. On the first floor, besides the exhibition hall of European collections, there are also exhibition halls of South Korea, Japan and Southeast Asian countries. Of course, there are also exhibition halls of China. Because there is a Chinese introduction here, so we also spent more time visiting. There are also vases in prominent positions in the middle of Ming Dynasty, beside which the sign clearly tells visitors that they can touch by hand. But you need to take off your ring and remind you not to touch other collections. For the first time in our lives, we have touched the cultural relics of the Ming Dynasty in China, and it is in London, England, which is far away from the ocean. It seems a little sentimental and ironic. The entire Victoria and Albert Museum covers a large area, with a cafe in the atrium garden, where many visitors take tea breaks. There are also many tourists sitting on the surrounding grasslands, eating whatever they carry. In the shallow pool in the middle, some naive and lively children are playing with water. On the other side of the museum, the first floor of the room is a magnificent restaurant with interior decoration. There are a lot of guests here. While eating spiritual food, people have not forgotten the material enjoyment of the fruit belly. The upstairs exhibition hall in this area is also a rich display of exhibits. The different types of exhibition halls let us visit the pace of continuous stop. Gold and silver utensils, porcelain decoration, jewelry, oil painting sketches, large-scale sculptures, all inclusive. In Britain, in London, here we once again understand the true meaning of the term museum. Because this is the real museum. Here we are impressed by the fact that the exhibition hall is two stories high, with Roman carved stone pillars in it, and the magnificent carved figures on the tall surface of the pillars are rare to us. It seems that this collection was placed here before the museum was built, otherwise it would be almost impossible to transport such a huge cultural relic. In addition, there are libraries belonging to museums. It seems that there are few libraries with abundant collections in museums in China.
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