National Museum of China reopens to public

16:51, March 02, 2011      

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Visitors watch a painting in the National Museum of China in Beijing on March 1, 2011. After nearly four years of renovations, the museum reopened on Tuesday. The museum has been expanded to 191,900 square meters and now holds 49 exhibition rooms, reportedly making it the largest museum in the world.



A visitor looks at a ballot box used in the First Session of the First National Peoples’ Congress in the National Museum of China in Beijing on March 1, 2011. After nearly four years of renovations, the museum reopened on Tuesday. The museum has been expanded to 191,900 square meters and now holds 49 exhibition rooms, reportedly making it the largest museum in the world.



Visitors queue up to get a ticket to the National Museum of China in Beijing on March 1, 2011. After nearly four years of renovations, the museum reopened on Tuesday. The museum has been expanded to 191,900 square meters and now holds 49 exhibition rooms, reportedly making it the largest museum in the world.


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