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    TAIWAN, MILLION STATE MUSEUM

     

    No exaggeration to refer to Taiwan as the best house museums, even one of them is the best museum in the world. Data from the Council for Cultural Affairs in the country said there were at least 85 museums, from the museum of history, art and culture, general, technology and knowledge to the military. For tourists who first set foot in Taiwan, certainly not wrong if it took time to visit several museums to add insight and knowledge about the country's history. For example, the world's biggest and best museum in Taiwan's National Palace Museum (NPM). Located in Taipei City, the museum was first established in the Forbidden City, Beijing ahead of the fall of the last emperor Puyi as the Qing Dynasty. NPM was officially opened to the public on October 10, 1925. Since then he has become home to 670 000 artifacts and historic heritage objects of the Song Dynasty, Yuan, Ming and Qing. Museum store manager claimed 93 000 types of calligraphy, porcelain, bronzes, landscape paintings, photographs and figura China, and 562 000 books and documents from the Forbidden City. A total of 6044 bronze, 5200 paintings, 3,000 works of calligraphy, 12,104 pieces of jade, and 3,200 objects - objects carved, rubber, coins, and clothing. For those who have been to this museum, would not deny that the NPM is China's largest museum of historical objects in the world, beating even a museum of its kind in Beijing. Another famous museum row. Call it the National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Park, located in Taipei. Established to honor the nationalists and former President of Taiwan first. There is another called the Republic of China Presidential Museum, located next to the presidential office in Taipei Taiwan. Not to forget the technology museum located in the Hsinchu Science Park (HSC), in the city of Hsinchu. In this museum, visitors can see the stages of developing the country's chip technology from semiconductor materials such as Silicon Valley, USA. Various types of information technology products from time to time, including silicon feedstock is displayed in the museum, as if the position of Taiwan as one of the world's information technology center.

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