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The Most Visited Museum in Each Country


Austria – Österreichische Galerie Belvedere, Vienna
Belarus – Belarusian National Arts Museum, Minsk
Belgium – Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium, Brussels
Bulgaria – Regional Museum of History, Veliko Tarnovo
Croatia – Arceological Museum of Istria (Amphiteather), Pula
Czech Republic – The City of Prague Museum
Denmark – ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum
Estonia – Science Centre AHHAA, Tartu
Finland – Ateneum Art Museum, Helsinki

France – The Louvre Museum, Paris
Germany – The Deutsches Museum, Munich
Greece – Acropolis Museum, Athens
Hungary – Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest
Iceland – The Icelandic Phallological Museum, Reykjavík
Ireland – National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin
Italy – Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence
Latvia – Turaida Museumreserve, Riga
Lithuania – Trakai History Museum
Netherlands – Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
Norway Nasjonalmuseet – The National Museum, Oslo
Poland – Warsaw Rising Museum, Warsaw
Portugal – Calouste Gulbenkian Museum, Lisbon
Romania – Bran Castle
Russia – The State Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg
Serbia – The National Museum of Serbia, Belgrade
Slovakia – Slovak National Gallery, Bratislava
Spain – Reina Sofía, Madrid
Sweden – Skansen, Stockholm
Switzerland – The Swiss Transport Museum, Lucerne
Turkey – İstanbul Modern
Ukraine – Museum of The History of Ukraine in World War II, Kiev
United Kingdom – British Museum, London

2 thoughts on “The Most Visited Museum in Each Country”

  1. Francesco says:

    You forgot Vatican Museums in Vatican City in Rome, that actually is one of the most visited in the world:

  2. luna says:

    Forgot Liechtenstein

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