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    Auckland MuseumAuckland Museum Auckland, New Zealand
    The Auckland War Memorial Museum is often just called the Auckland Museum, and is considered one of the country's most significant museums and war memorials, with collections that focus on the nation's history, and especially the history of the Auckland area, along with military history. It is believed to be one of the nation's most iconic structures, built in the neoclassical style and residing on a grassy plinth or remnants of a dormant volcano in the Auckland Domain, a huge public park next to Auckland CBD. This excellent museum contains a big collection of Maori and Pacific Island relics and treasures, that include three buildings, including Hotunui, a big carved meeting house constructed in 1878 at Thames and Te Toki a Tapiri, a waka taua, war canoe that was crafted in 1830. It also contains a huge photographic collection of 1.2 million images, as well as storing and exhibiting 1.5 million natural history specimens from the fields of marine biology, botany, geology, land vertebrates and entomology. There are some parts of the museum, along with the Cenotaph and its encompassing consecrated grounds in front of the museum that also serve as a war memorial, but mostly those that had lost their lives during WWI and WWII.

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    City Art GalleryCity Art Gallery Auckland, New Zealand
    The Auckland Art Gallery has become the main public art gallery in Auckland, New Zealand and contains the most inclusive collection of national and international art in the nation, as well as hosting many traveling international exhibits. It was established in 1888 as the first permanent art gallery in New Zealand, and the New Gallery across the street houses contemporary artworks. The gallery is located in the former Auckland Telephone Exchange Building that was converted in 1995 into a unique fusion of contemporary and Edwardian architecture. The museum had been dominated by the old master paintings that would follow the standards of the 19th century, but now, the collections have expanded to include more styles, periods and media, with many New Zealand and Pacific artists being well represented along with European materials from the Middle Ages to the current day. Those local artists that have extensive representation include; C. F. Golde, Frances Hodgkins, Gretchen Albrecht, Alfred Henry O'Keeffe, Marti Friedlander, Colin McCahon and Gottfried Lindauer, with some donated by the artists.

January 12, 2014