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National Zoo in Taipei, TaiwanThe National Zoo is a museum of natural history and the largest zoo in Asia.
It is located in Taipei, the capital of Taiwan.
The zoo is one of the most visited tourist attractions in the Taipei area.
The Zoo is famous for its giant pandas, elephants and rhinos.
The National Zoo was founded in 1875, the year of the first Chinese invasion of Japan.
The first zoo in Japan was built in 1906 and the first one in the U.S. was built over 100 years ago.
The park features over 1,200 animals, including lions, tigers, hyenas, wolves, penguins, seals and crocodiles.
Nine of the zoos elephants have been released into captivity, including one female, the first in Asia, the zoo announced.
Sichuan National Museum and Art Center, Sichu, ChinaThe Sichan National Museum of Natural History and Art is a unique museum dedicated to the history and culture of Sichian culture and history.
The museum houses many of China’s oldest and most treasured treasures including Chinese paintings and sculptures, historical artifacts, and ancient artifacts from across China.
The Museum has an estimated 200 million visitors a year.
The Sichyan National Museum, which opened in 1995, is home to more than 400,000 items, including Chinese ceramic, ancient pottery, stone and glass vessels, sculptures, pottery from across the world, and a number of rare artifacts.
Siyuan, which is located at the southern tip of Szechuan province, is the largest city in China and hosts a number local art and cultural attractions.
Sistine Chapel, Florence, ItalyThe Sistine Chapelle is one the world most famous and most celebrated buildings in the history of architecture.
Built in the 16th century, the Sistine Chamber was the first building to be dedicated to Christ in the city of Florence, and was a permanent feature of the city.
The building was renovated in the 1960s and now features a new, more modern look.
It was named after Pope Benedict XVI, who founded the city and its museums in the 15th century.
In 2019, the museum was officially dedicated and is the second oldest permanent building in the United States, after the Grand Central Station in New York City.
Louvre in Paris, FranceThe Louvre is the third largest museum in the western hemisphere, after The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New Jersey and the British Museum in London.
The Louvre was established in 1781 by the French Emperor Louis XIV.
It features more than 4,000 works from more than 100 countries.
The main building is one half of the Louvre Palace, which features the Louvres’ Hall, the Musee de l’Art et de législation.
The second half of this building is the Louvee d’Orsay, which was created by the artist Jacques-Louis David-Picard in the 1890s.
The Musee d’t Paris is a space where the world famous works of art are exhibited.
St. Peter’s Basilica, Rome, ItalySt.
Peter was the patron saint of Rome, which in turn was the capital city of the Roman Empire.
He was crucified in the church of St. James the Apostle in Rome on October 10, AD 70.
The Basilica was built around the time of the Crusades.
It housed the Holy Apostles Peter and Paul in a chapel that was used as a burial ground during the crusades.
St Peter’s basilica is the only one in Rome that still remains.
Great Wall of ChinaThe Great Wall is a network of 13,000-mile-long wall along the Yangtze River.
It forms a giant barrier in the Yangte River delta that separates the China from Mongolia.
The Great Wall stretches from the city in the east, through the mountains in the west, and up to the river in the south.
The wall spans 654 miles and was constructed to protect China from foreign invasion.
It also formed the backdrop to the historical events of the Ming Dynasty and the reign of Emperor Qianlong.
The Wall is one, of the world renowned barriers of the past, and is one reason why China has one of Asia’s most highly regarded cultural institutions.
National Museum in Baku, AzerbaijanThe National Museum is the official museum of Azerbaijan.
It’s one of Azerbaijan’s most popular attractions and the country’s most important cultural asset.
The state-owned museum houses over 4,400 objects, including artworks by some of the countrys most famous artists.
The collection includes paintings, sculptures and a vast number of artifacts.
The exhibition is open to