The war at the National Museum of New Zealand was waged by the will of the rulers. War can only bring pain and disaster to the people. But historically, the White regime led by Britain, with all the good things in the world, was mine. What I wanted was the logic of robbery. In America, the Indians were driven into the desert, and in New Zealand, the Maoris into the mountains and forests. As long as they want, they go to war naked. The heroic sacrifices of soldiers deserve praise from a personal point of view. But they had understood that it was the unjust war waged by their rulers that pushed them into the abyss of suffering. The National Museum of New Zealand uses a floor to commemorate New Zealand soldiers killed or injured in World War I for the benefit of their home country. In the first world war, Australia and New Zealand sent soldiers to fight for the benefit of their home country, the British Empire. Many of them were farmers, bakers or teenagers before the war, and even joining the army required parental signatures. They camped in Egypt for training and then formed the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps. Soon the regiment was called Anzacs.
The other members of the New Zealand National Museum have very poor artistic literacy and know nothing about art and the like. So the upper floors of the New Zealand National Museum just pass through the hall. If you don't understand, you won't take any pictures. Knowledgeable friends are sure to benefit a lot. I'm here to share some casual pictures as the end of my Museum trip.
The Tipapa National Museum in New Zealand is an important museum in Wellington, the capital. Many of the collections here reflect the historical evolution of New Zealand's land over the past tens of millions of years. Among them, there is a huge fossil of nautilus, which is really eye-catching. There are also many cultural relics and introductions reflecting Maori culture, which are of great significance to the study of New Zealand's history and are worth visiting.
The National Museum of New Zealand is located on the coast of Wellington, the capital city. The museum is free of tickets, but it is recommended that donations be made, especially by foreigners. They think that foreigners who come to New Zealand for tourism are rich. They hope that they can make donations. If they meet some local tyrants in China, they may make a lot of donations. The most attractive part of the museum is the Gallipoli Battle. New Zealanders participated in the First World War. Here is an introduction and imitation of the war. There are many wax figures inside. They look very lifelike and touching. Many people come to visit every day. Another feature of the museum is the colossal squid specimens, which are videotaped recording the process of squid being caught and made into specimens. When squid is fresh, it weighs more than 400 kilograms.
Tipapa National Museum, New Zealand, is the largest museum in the southern hemisphere! Located in the downtown area by the sea, the weekend market is also nearby. It's very convenient! In the Museum of Historic War Education, it's the first time to see such a realistic and delicate figure statue. It's the most worthwhile place to visit for a better understanding of New Zealand's history and Maori culture.
It was shocked by the vivid figures in the museum, which touched every hairs, wrinkles, beads of sweat and even flies on deteriorated food. With the background music and speeches, it directly and forcefully impacted the heart for a long time. World War I brought too much pain to the city and wished for world peace.
It's worth coming here. There are real experiences of earthquake houses, war shelters, and many things you can touch personally. The sense of experience and participation is very good, unlike in China, you can only see and can't move! There are earthquakes in New Zealand, changes in the distribution of Maori people, introduction of plants and animals, and experience areas for children. I like war memorial best, well-made, meticulous, very shocking soul!
Wellington Museum is the National Museum of New Zealand. It is located near the coast and has a good view outside. There is a Museum theme hotel across the street. Drive to the museum by yourself. There's a toll-free parking lot nearby, and a Countown supermarket parking lot a little farther away. Museum is very large, visitors are also many, not only free of charge but also rich in content, learning, ornamental, experiential are first-class! The internal settings not only reflect the unique customs and features of New Zealand, but also conform to the international trend. Adults and children can find pleasure in it. It is worth visiting!
Te Papa, the National Museum of New Zealand, means the Maori Treasure Box. Maori Cultural Exhibition, World War I Memorial Exhibition and New Zealand Natural History Introduction are fully displayed in six-storey buildings, which can be soaked for a whole day. An hour-long Chinese guided tour once a day (11:30) is a worthwhile trip.
The three-hour downtown tour of New Zealand's National Museum of Animals ends at 1 p.m. The old lady felt ill and had to go back to the hostel to rest. I went to the New Zealand National Museum 200 meters away from the hostel alone. The museum is open free of charge, but it also offers paid tour guides. The New Zealand National Museum, also known as "Tipapa", is located on Wellington, the capital of New Zealand, a seaside Avenue with convenient transportation. She is a landmark building in Wellington and a national card representing New Zealand's history and culture. Wellington ranks first among the tourist attractions. According to the morning guide, it took seven years to complete the museum, which cost NZ$300 million. In 2015, Lonely Planet ranked 285 out of the 500 best tourist attractions in the world. Tipapa means "treasure box" in Maori. As a national treasure box, she has not only the richest collection of cultural relics in New Zealand, but also the best window for tourists from all over the world to understand New Zealand's history, geography and culture. The Museum has six floors. The exhibition covers physical geography, social change, Maori culture and so on. It is a comprehensive large-scale museum.