Collection, production and display of historic specimens of astronomy, geology, plants, animals, paleontology and humans for scientific research and cultural education. Also known as the Natural History Museum.
A brief history Of the prototype of the Modern Museum of Nature, dating back to the 17th century in Europe. Initially for a few private collectors or palace collections, it was gradually opened to the public, becoming a place for publicity, popularization of scientific and cultural knowledge, and gradually developed into a modern museum form. The Ahsimolin Museum in Oxford, England, founded in 1683, may be the earliest museum ever created. In 1716, Russia established the Museum of Mineralogy in St. Petersburg. In 1753, the British Museum of Nature was established in London. In 1794, paris established the French National Museum of Nature. Subsequent lying were the first museums in the world, such as the American Museum of Nature in New York, the Royal Belgian Museum of Natural Science in Brussels, the Swedish National Museum of Nature in Stockholm, and the National Museum of Science in Tokyo. Development has been particularly rapid since the 1950s, with more than 30,000 natural museums of various types, according to incomplete statistics.
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