Para los amantes del arte allí fuera, el famoso Tate Modern es un museo de arte muy bueno en Londres si estás interesado en el arte moderno. Es de fácil acceso y es definitivamente una imperdible atracción turística si alguna vez decides pasar por esta ciudad.
El Tate Modern era, en realidad, una estación de energía antes de ser reformado para convertirlo en un famoso museo de arte. Forma parte del Grupo Tate. La entrada aquí es gratuita con acceso a la exposición general. El Tate Modern de arte contemporáneo incluye algunas de las obras de popular artista Andy Warhol. Es especialmente interesante para aquellos a los que buscan estímulos visuales o están cansados de las bellas artes. Sin duda este museo merece una visita. El Tate Modern está justo al lado del Millennium Bridge, así que después de visitar el museo puedes dar un paseo a lo largo de Southbank y el puente para hacer un poco de turismo.
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The Heroic Age of Antarctic Exploration underwent during the twilight of the 19th century when the Antarctic continent became a focus of international efforts of scientific and geographic exploration. One of the pioneers was Ernest Shackleton, and his photographer was Frank Hurley.
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