The Terracotta Army

The Terracotta Army

210–209 BC Discovered in 1974, the Terracotta Army (arguably the most stupendous find in all archaeological history) is an enormous cache of clay statues buried in three massive pits near the tomb of Shi Huang, the first Emperor of China, who died in 210 BC. Meant to...
Bust of Nefertiti

Bust of Nefertiti

1345 BC This portrait has been a symbol of feminine beauty since it was first unearthed in 1912 within the ruins of Amarna, the capital city built by the most controversial Pharaoh of Ancient Egyptian history: Akhenaten. Ascending the throne as Amenhotep IV, Akhenaten...
Venus of Willendorf

Venus of Willendorf

Amsterdam’s famous museum offers you the possibility to view Vam Gogh’s master pieces in a very personal way. With Google Art & Culture you can take your time to walk through each floor of the museum, get really close to a painting and contemplate...
Virtual Tour Series: Van Gogh Museum

Virtual Tour Series: Van Gogh Museum

Amsterdam’s famous museum offers you the possibility to view Vam Gogh’s master pieces in a very personal way. With Google Art & Culture you can take your time to walk through each floor of the museum, get really close to a painting and contemplate...