Great Britain is home to one of the most famous museums in the world

Great Britain has a great heritage and it deserves to be saved for future generations. There are many iconic buildings in London such as Buckingham Palace, London Bridge or Big Ben. They are great tourist attractions that need to be preserved for future generations too. So they should not be destroyed due to modern day wars – Just like old churches should not be demolished by building new ones instead of building new roads or bridges instead of tearing down old ones.

As a researcher, I visited several museums in Great Britain and picked out the ones that impressed me the most. I then made a decision to compile my top 10 list of museums in Great Britain so that tourists can see them all.

The world’s largest collection of art and cultural artifacts is housed in London’s National Gallery. It is home to some of the world’s best-known paintings from the Renaissance to the 20th century.

The history of the National Gallery in London is one of the most important museums on Earth. It has been around since 1666, it houses a collection of paintings by some of the greatest artists and painters in history. In 1757, art historian John Blow created a plan for the future expansion of the gallery. This included a new building that would house 2,000 works, along with 17 smaller galleries that would support visitors in each gallery. He recognized that extra space would be needed to store all this new material so he gave drawings to his son-in-law James Ross who was then working at the British Museum. Ross was able to design what we now know as the National Gallery because all these drawings are made in such.

This report presents the highlights of a European expert panel, “Europe 2020: The Future of Cities”, held on 1–2 March 2016 at the European Parliament in Brussels. The report focuses on the issues brought up by urbanisation, environmental issues, energy and climate change and their impact on urban areas.