British Museum Great Court: The Magic of Glass and Steel

British Museum Great Court: The Magic of Glass and Steel

British Museum Great Court

One of the most beautiful museums in the world, the British Museum in London is also a wonderful example of perfect blend between (Neo) Classic and Modern Architecture.

Impossible not to feel awe-struck by the Great Court, designed by the world-famous British architect Sir Norman Foster and inaugurated in 2000.

I’ve been there more than once, and every time I could feel the same magic as I walked along the courtyard, fascinated by the ever-changing perspective of the glass and steel roof, the reflection of the sky and clouds, the game of light and shades made by the sun. The British Museum remains a fixed appointment almost every time I go to London. Even if I don’t have time to see a few of the beautiful exhibition halls, I catch any possible occasion for a walk in Great Court.

 

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Travel addict and passionate about photography, Simon Falvo started Wild About Travel back in 2009. Leveraging her strong PR background, she developed an extensive knowledge of Digital Communications and Social Media Marketing. Besides travel writing SImon holds workshops and trainings, she collaborated with tourism boards for digital marketing campaigns and participated as a speaker at several events.
3 Comments
  • Jade
    Posted at 01:30h, 10 July Reply

    great shot. 🙂

  • Alouise
    Posted at 23:36h, 09 July Reply

    I spent a few days in London a few years ago and the British Museum was quite impressive. I think I only got through a few exhibits, so I’d love to go back and see more. The Great Court was really beautiful – love the photo.

  • Katherine Belarmino
    Posted at 07:45h, 09 July Reply

    The British Museum may be my favorite museum I have ever visited. It is beautiful itself, plus everything is displayed beautifully.

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