Ever dreamed of gazing at some of the most picturesque artefacts on show? Or how about delving into the heart of Maldivian culture? Well now you can do all of this within the comfort of the National Museum in Maldives. Found on Male’s Sultan Park, the museum attracts large crowds of people throughout the year. Head over to the museum by staying at a Maldives hotel in the vicinity. Adaaran Club Rannalhi with its most sought after Maldives accommodation is sure to tempt you into choosing its facilities as part of your vacation here.
Unveiled on the 11th of November 1952, the national museum features an array of stone objects, historical artefacts to fragments of royal antiques that are quite simply breathtaking. From royal furniture and sunshades, arms and armour, coins, ornaments, costumes and shoes to even relics that date back to a pre-Islamic period, this museum should undoubtedly feature on your tour itinerary. However some of the highlights worth spending more time viewing include an engraved wooden plank from Hukuru Miskiiy of the 13th century and a coral stone head of the Buddha which goes back to the 11th century. All in all, the museum functions as an integral feature of local tourism which successfully sees large gatherings within its premises.
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