The last week of 2014 took me on a surprise trip to London.amazing city,very cold weather and people.the Victoria &Albert Museum was one of my most favorite places that I visited.founded in 1852 and named after Queen Victoria and Prince Albert,this monument is just a huge sprawling space.
It is the world's largest museum of decorative arts and crafts and designs.
you name it:ceramics,metalworks,paintings,furniture,paintings,marble.cast plaster and its there with such good documentation.low couches are provided where one can sit down,put the speakers to one's ears and hear the commentary.very quiet surrounding and it was my good fortune that I got a chance to go and visit this monument peacefully.the reception has a beautiful glass murano hanging from the dome.
amazing sections of real jewellery,war weapons,iron works,the zone of all bust statues,Rodin the Thinker.amazing.I have good photographs to add,but I decline as one has to really go and take time off to see the china, the pottery,the works on display in this huge museum.
have not completed seeing the entire museum,so will go again to London.
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