Is it possible to combine containment and ecotourism? During the first confinement, we identified major sites and museums in France which offered virtual tours online. Today we invite you to discover the Google Arts & Culture application. You will be able to visit three museums working for the preservation of biodiversity.
Dsince 2011, Google Arts & Culture uses Street View technology to 3D digitize the interiors of museums around the world. Everywhere across the planet, it is therefore now possible to discover in high definition, the works that have marked the history of humanity. 32 works from 000 different museums have been put online and are accessible free of charge from the platform. A way of reconcile confinement and ecotourism.
The National Gallery of London, the Tretyakiv Gallery, the Van Gogh Museum, the Reina Sofia Museum, the MoMA, the Museum of the History of France, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Quai Branly Museum and many other museums of exception can now be visited from his sofa. The Mona Lisa, the Water Lilies, the Sunflowers, but also the skeleton of a blue whale, the rock paintings of the Sierra Canyon in San Francisco, or the ten places that inspired our favorite books are in the spotlight on the web thanks to this technology. And several natural history museums have also made their collections available online.
The Natural History Museum in London
Since the XNUMXth century, the London Museum of Natural History is dedicated to the study of biodiversity and the history of planet Earth. Today, more than 70 million specimens and objects are on display there. A real treasure made up of collections of skeletons, fossils, rocks and plants. Different sections of the museum house dinosaur skeletons or life-size reconstructions of dinosaurs, as well as animal collections, especially in the biodiversity rooms.
The Belgian Museum of Natural Sciences
The Museum of Natural Sciences of Brussels located in Leopold Park, is part of the Royal Institute of Natural Sciences. Its permanent rooms have acquired international fame, for example thanks to the herd of iguanodons in the dinosaur gallery, the shell room and its tropical aquarium, or the rooms of the North Sea, insects, spiders and crustaceans, and the impressive collection of minerals, crystals, gems and meteorites. A must to discover for free online.
The National Marine Biodiversity Institute of Korea
In Seocheon-gun, South Korea, the National Institute of Marine Biodiversity is a public body responsible for preserving and conserving living marine resources, as well as for thinking about a sustainable use of available resources. The “SeaQrium” exhibition building presents more than 7 marine organisms to the public. The institute is known around the world for its extraordinary and impressive tour of life. This eight-storey glass tower reaches almost 000 meters in height. It contains many specimens of marine species, ranging from algae to invertebrates and vertebrates.
Containment and ecotourism? If you want your confined fall to rhyme with culture and discovery, go to Google Arts & Culture to admire the wonders of nature.
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