Tuesday, February 23, 2010


This innovative museum designed by Renzo Piano in the shape of the bow of a ship was mistakenly identified by many folks as warehouse. However, inside, it offers an excursion into the realms of science and technology, boasting interactive exhibits and displays on energy, the human body, creativity, engineering and genetics. As knowledge expands in the world, so do the exhibits. Although the emphasis here is clearly on fun, but some of the exhibits, such as that of a pickled animal fetus in a jar, might not be suitable for younger children. A generous rooftop terrace also invites museum-goers and sightseers to gaze across the city from a lofty vantage point.


Gunn said...

Wow, the top photo is my favorite. Nice shadow and light in this interesting building.

Hilda said...

That is an absolutely amazing building! I love it. Beautiful contrast with the masted ship beside it too.

Welcome to the CDP community! Happy photoblogging!

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