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Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) – Toronto

Posted by admin On July - 29 - 2008

The Royal Ontario Museum is Canada’s biggest national historic museum. It shows skeletons of various dinosaurs, a beautiful Asian collection with Chinese temple statues and also one of the best furniture collection of all epochs, starting with the medieval times. I liked the beautiful restored rooms of the renaissance, baroque and so on…you really have the feeling to be back in those times and it helps to understand old paintings of those times. Also I really liked the native American collection because that was new for me. As a special they have right now a Darwin exhibition what shows the complete life of Charles Darwin and his travels and his evolution theories. Very interesting.

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