EXPLORE THE ROYAL ONTARIO MUSEUM

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The Royal Ontario Museum is also known by an interesting name: Crystal Works. Located in Toronto, Canada, Ontario is considered the country’s largest museum of natural history and world culture. This is also the 5th largest museum in North America with about 40 exhibition areas and more than 6 million different artifacts. Join us to learn about this tourist destination.

   The museum was designed by world-famous architect Daniel Libeskind. ROM was one of the largest museum projects in the world at that time and also one of Canada’s most prominent and important cultural projects.

    In fact, this museum was originally restored from a museum built in the 19th century. When the Royal Ontario Museum was completed, the city also received a groundbreaking architectural work. This can also be considered a cultural masterpiece that creates an extremely strong impression on the city of Toronto.

    The key point that makes this museum a unique project is the influence of innovation and tradition, of relationships from history to modern times. The museum has a unique architecture with folds and steep slopes in a modern style combined with interwoven prisms. You will feel like you are admiring a work of art, not simply a regular giant building.

  With a cost of up to 270 million USD, this project became one of the most expensive construction campaigns but also the most successful ever among cultural museums in Canada.

     Steel structure covered with aluminum and glass combined with intricate windows, the museum has impressed visitors right from the outside. The museum is divided into two areas: cultural history area and natural history area. With more than 6 million artifacts, you will discover a lot about the past as well as the history of humanity, the ups and downs from past to present or humanity’s conquest of nature.

 ROM has up to 12 parts from the natural history area. These are: entomology, botany, ichthyology, herpetology, mammalogy, invertebrate zoology, mineralogy, geology, paleontology of vertebrates. life, invertebrate paleontology, ornithology, and mycology. In the main hall there is also a display room of dinosaur fossils that have been found.

 ROM has up to 12 parts from the natural history area. These are: entomology, botany, ichthyology, herpetology, mammalogy, invertebrate zoology, mineralogy, geology, paleontology of vertebrates. life, invertebrate paleontology, ornithology, and mycology. In the main hall there is also a display room of dinosaur fossils that have been found.

   The cultural history area is a collection of archaeological research along with artifacts associated with cultures around the world such as Europe, Egypt, Africa, Near East, Rome… Come to the galleries in Here, you will have a more general overview of Chinese sculpture and temple art, Western Asian craftsmanship, the history of the region’s textile industry…

   It can be said that the Royal Ontario Museum is the museum that accounts for more than 80% of the exhibits on display among museums across the country. This is truly a destination that you should not miss on your journey to explore Canada. If you have the opportunity to visit this country, don’t miss visiting the revolutionary architectural work of designer Libeskind!

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