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Today we travel to a wonderful art gallery Aberdeen City, Scotland. Located in a historic building designed by architect Alexander Marshall Mackenzie, since 1885 the gallery has become one of the most visited countries.

Every year, more than 300,000 travelers appreciate the extensive collection of artists Scots and the magnificent buildings with more than 100 years old.

Over the years Aberdeen has varied exhibitions, both thematic and focused on a particular artist.

Besides paintings, the gallery exhibits traditional costumes, sculptures, ceramics, silver and various jewels. All works are suitable for all age groups and have been subjected to various analysis and studies, so a visit which is not only for art lovers, but anyone wanting to know the secrets and ancient beauties of Aberdeen Art Gallery is invited.

The collection of paintings is composed almost entirely of works from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, as well as sculptures by such artists as Francis Bacon and Stanley Spencer. Other names listed are those of Monet, Renoir, Sir James Guthrie, John Lavery and Degas.

And also we can enjoy excellences exhibits of furniture, fabrics, carpets and metalwork, showing the great skill and the charm of Scottish artisans.

To conclude, and be a good memory, the store sells great books, brochures, postcards, ceramics and other details, perfect to look good with relatives who are far away.

The entrance to museum is free and hours are from 10 to 17 from Tuesdays to Saturdays, and Sundays from 14 to 17.

About Author: Clarke is the expert travel writer and writes about UK Travel destinations especially about Eurostar train and their famous Eurostar Destinations. He also writes for world famous tourist spots in our blog World Tour Guide.

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