Various museums

  The Human Body Museum There is a museum in Japan with an architectural structure that resembles the human body. Visitors enter through the mouth-shaped entrance, as if entering the body of a giant. Looking up at the “brain” on the roof, you can vividly realize that the brain is the commander-in-chief of the movement of human organs. When visitors pass through the “trachea”, they can hear the sound of “breathing”, then enter the lungs, heart, intestines, stomach and other parts, and finally exit from the “anus”.
  Military uniform museum There is a unique military uniform museum in the world on the outskirts of Moscow, Russia. It collects the military uniforms worn by soldiers at home and abroad since the second half of the 14th century, the Grand Duke of Moscow, as well as the dresses of successive tsars, Russian emperors and famous generals, and more than 1,000 military medals and medals from more than 50 countries around the world.
  The Currency Museum is located in the Currency Museum in Munich, Germany. It has more than 2.7 million kinds of banknotes from different historical periods around the world, including ancient coins issued in the 14th century of the Ming Dynasty in China, pseudo-rubles issued by Napoleon in the Franco-Prussian War in 1807 and two A “postmark note” popular in some fascist territories during the war.
  Newspaper Museum There is a Newspaper Museum in Aachen, Germany. The museum was founded in 1886. There were 15,000 newspapers on display at that time. At present, the collection of newspapers and periodicals amounts to 140,000 kinds. There are major newspapers published in European countries in the 16th century.
  The Radio Museum is located at the Voice of America radio station in Washington. Possesses 23,000 hours of radio programs. From Franklin and Roosevelt’s campaign speeches to Reagan’s inaugural speech when he was re-elected as president; from the Rosenberg incident to the assassination of Kennedy; to the TV coverage of the Vietnam War; the creepy sci-fi film “Star Wars”, all kinds are available. .
  Comics Museum Ottawa, the capital of Canada, has a comics museum. The museum mainly collects cartoons published in newspapers and periodicals by Canadian painters in the past 100 years, as well as some cartoons from other countries in the world. There are 75,000 cartoons on display.
  Mahjong Museum is a small town with only a few thousand people in Cape Town, Yiyang County, Chiba Prefecture, Japan. The town has hosted the National Mahjong Competition in Japan for two consecutive years and is the earliest Mahjong museum in the world. The museum has more than 30,000 pieces of mahjong-related treasures, including various cultural relics related to the development of mahjong. Mahjong tiles alone have many rare treasures, including the colorful luodian tiles used by Puyi, the last emperor of China, the blue and white Xitu tiles used by Yuan Shikai, and the You Long Shuangfeng tiles used by Peking Opera master Mei Lanfang. The gold-clad graphite plaque, which is favored by landscape painting master Zhang Daqian, etc. Mahjong tiles are made of gold, silver, ivory, coral, jade, cloisonne, plastic, shells, bamboo, wood, etc. In addition to traditional strips, cakes, and swastikas, there are also 108 Shuihu 108 and Japanese Ukiyo-e patterns. . At the same time, the museum is equipped with various books, maps, oil paintings and text descriptions to tell the audience that as early as the early 20th century, Mahjong had spread to Europe and the United States and was widely popular.
  Negligence Museum In order to reduce the occurrence of accidents in people’s daily life, Austria built a “Negligence Museum” in the capital Vienna in 1937. The museum is divided into two parts. The first part exhibits the machines that have had accidents in the factory, and explains how to use these machines reasonably. The second part of the exhibits is a dangerous scene of a vehicle accident on the road, explaining the reason for the accident.
  The Crime Museum is located in the center of the London Police Headquarters in the United Kingdom. It is the world’s largest case-solving evidence showroom. It was built in 1875 to permanently display the evidence of particularly important crimes undertaken by the London Metropolitan Police. Exhibits are constantly being added. Cases include acts of terrorism, espionage, kidnapping, drug trafficking, prostitution, document forgery, theft and various homicides.
  Pirate Museum As early as more than a thousand years ago, Norway was famous for its “rich” pirates. At that time, the Norwegians had mastered the most advanced shipbuilding technology in the world. While using ships for fishing and plundering many countries on the coast of Europe, they also started the world’s earliest trade and maritime trade. The sturdy pirate ships can be said to be It is the earliest maritime trade tool in the world, and the pirates who drove the ships at that time were also explorers. In the harsh climate and turbulent waves, they marched all the way, looted all the way, carried out sea trade all the way, and became the sea hegemons at that time.
  To commemorate their ancestors, the Norwegians built a pirate museum to attract domestic and foreign tourists. The museum exhibits three pirate ships built between 800 AD and 1030 AD. These ships were salvaged from the Oslo Fjord. Many artefacts, handicrafts, iron tools and some daily necessities of the crew were found on the ships. Although the museum is not large in scale, the architectural style is very distinctive. From the shape of the house to the interior decoration, it is consistent with the style of the pirate ship on display and sets off each other.

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