China has always been a nation of superlatives, and it just added another to the list: world’s largest museum. The National Museum of China, in Beijing, is the result of a decade-long, $380-million project that combined the Museum of Chinese History and the Museum of the Chinese Revolution.
The more than 1 million artifacts in the museum’s collection provide an epic survey of Chinese history, from Yuanmou Man, who walked the land 1.7 million years ago, to current president Hu Jintao. With over 2 million square feet of galleries to cover—three times the size of the Louvre in Paris—we suggest you extend your trip and wear comfortable shoes.
The National Museum of China
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