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  1. National Archaeological Museum, Athens, Greece
    Not only the largest museum in Greece, but also one of the most important historical museums in the world with more than 11,000 pieces in its rich collections, offers a moving panorama of ancient Greek culture from the beginnings of prehistory to the end of antiquity.
    During an online visit, visitors can see many objects from the collections of prehistoric antiquities, sculptures, vases and minerals, metalwork, the Stathatos collection – a timeless collection of small artifacts and , finally, from the unique collection of Greece and the eastern Aegean. There are explanatory notes for each article. It’s not a virtual tour, but it’s definitely worth it.
  2. louver, Paris, France
    The Louvre is not only one of the greatest museums in the world but also an emblematic monument and a historical monument of Paris. The museum offers free online guided tours of some of its most popular exhibits, such as the Gallery of Egyptian Antiquities, the Gallery of Apollo, whose ceiling was painted by Le Brun and dedicated to the Sun King, Louis XIV while that the central painting is “Apollo who kills Python” by Delacroix, but also in the ruins of the moat built by King Philippe Auguste in 1190.
  3. English Museum, London, UK
    The popular British Museum in which the Parthenon sculptures are housed can be seen and when visited online it has over 8 million exhibits. There is a choice of Keyword Collections such as Desire, Love, Identity, Death, Memory as well as America, China and Africa – collections that reveal the wonderful stories behind the objects they present. Among them are the “Kanga: fabrics from Africa” and “Objects from the Roman cities of Pompeii and Erculaneum” collections.

  4. Acropolis Museum, Athens, Greece
    Google, in partnership with more than 60 museums around the world, allows anyone to virtually browse their sites and see important works of art in detail and close-up. Among the museums in the Google Art Project are works of art from the White House, the Museum of Islamic Art in Qatar, and even street art from the streets of San Paulo in Brazil (you can see the full list of museums here). The Acropolis Museum also holds a special place.
  5. Vatican Museums, Rome, Italy
    In the heart of Rome, priceless treasures are hidden in the huge collections of works of art that have been collected in the museums and archaeological sites of the Vatican, curated by the Pope himself.
    The virtual tour and numerous videos take you to the Vatican Sanctuary, from the Via Triumphalis necropolis, to the Chiaramonti Museum in the small Belvedere Palace and from the Anima Mundi Ethnological Museum to the dazzling Sistine Hats.
  6. Dali Theatre-Museum, Figueres, Spain
    A museum dedicated solely to the work of surrealist painter and pop icon Salvador Dalí in the town of Figueres in Catalonia, Spain. Numerous galleries with works from all the periods of his creation exhibit his life while Dali himself is buried there.
    The museum offers free virtual tours of some of its rooms with famous works such as Dali’s famous version of Mae West’s face.
  7. Met Museum, (Metropolitan Museum of Art) New York, USA
    The famous New York Met, from its founding in 1870 to the present day, has over 2 million works of art from around the world, over 5,000 years old. On its website, visited by millions of visitors, the museum presents its online collection and virtual guided tours of many of the most striking and rare pieces, including paintings by Vincent van Gogh, Jackson Pollock and Giotto di Bondone. .

  8. Solomon R. Guggnheim, New York, United States
    Founded in 1937 and featuring over 1,700 large and varied works of art by more than 625 artists from the late 19th century to the present day, the museum’s online collection offers an easy-to-search archive with permanent exhibition options Includes works by Franz Marc, Piet Mondrian, Pablo Picasso and Jeff Koons as well as from the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice and the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao.
  9. Frida Kahlo Museum, Mexico City, Mexico
    Casa Azul was the house that lived, created and died the most famous Latin American painter in the world. The tiny 1904 house now boasts an 800m² complex filled with colorful paintings of Frida and her great love, Diego Rivera, as well as works of Mexican folk art. The interior of the house remains virtually intact as it was when Leon Trotsky lived with the couple.
  10. Hermitage, St. Petersburg, Russia
    The “Hermitage”, which is also the former Winter Palace on the banks of the Neva, is one of the largest and oldest museums in the world and is home to Saint Petersburg, Russia. A complex of six buildings in luxurious and dazzling rooms containing collections such as Western European art with works by Leonardo da Vinci, Auguste Rodin, Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Paul Gogen, Paul Sean, Paul Sean. There are still exhibits from ancient Greece, Egypt and Rome, as well as large jewelry collections. The total number of works belonging to the collections of the Hermitage exceeds 3,000,000.