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Museums To Visit Before You Die

The following is an article “Museums To Visit Before You Die” by Marc Pulisci.


Art always has an intrinsic effect on people. Be it a painting, a sculpture, or a relic-- historical pieces can give you a sense of catharsis and cultural satisfaction to help you make sense of everything.


Best museums to visit

If art and beauty is the heart of one’s being, then you’ll find yourself to be at home in the best museums all over. And there are many that house the most magnificent pieces for every generation to appreciate. Some preserve 2,000-year-old sculptures, or each important work that contributes to the world’s art history timeline, or ancient relics that tell you so much history.


Visiting museums is an enriching experience for both young and old and it really is a plus to be in the midst of genius once in a while, especially when your creative juices seem to be drying up.


With that said, make sure you add these fantastic museums to your travel wish list the next time you’re planning a holiday.


The Metropolitan Museum of Art


Located in New York, the MET will give you an immersive art experience worth 5,000 years. From the ancient times to the present, you’ll see how this structure is a work of art in itself. Inside, any guest of any age will appreciate the countless of art pieces that abound including Greek and Roman statues, stunning paintings from Jacques Louis David, Caravaggio, Mary Cassatt, and Picasso, as well as ancient art from India, Rome, Egypt, and France among others.


The Louvre


By now people may be already familiar with the Louvre Museum in Paris, France after Dan Brown popularized the historical site in his book The Da Vinci Code. The best reason why you should visit The Louvre though is to see for yourself why it has the reputation as one of the most important museums in the world today. With over 35,000 art pieces on display, you can marvel at the most exquisite and influential statues in history like The Winged Victory of Samothrace, Alexandros of Antioch’s The Venus de Milo, and The Sleeping Hermaphroditus to name a few.


The Vatican Museums


People who visit The Vatican City not only flock the museum to see Michelangelo’s work on the Sistine Chapel. The Vatican Museum also boasts the artistic geniuses of Caravaggio, Raphael, Leonardo Da Vinci, Pinturicchio, and Giotto di Bondone among others. The majestic collection of art is a realization of centuries of commissions from the Catholic order. If you are of the faith, visiting the Vatican Museum not only gives you a cultural tour of great art but may also serve as a religious pilgrimage that could strengthen your faith in the Catholic Church. And if you’re not Catholic, still expect an experience that will enrich your soul and senses just for the sheer beauty of what’s around you.


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