Restoration of Victorian Architecture

 

The National Museum of Scotland reopen after the restoration of a Victorian style architecture and costing £4.7 m refit. The timeline for the completion was approximately two and half to three years. The original interior has been restored and it now one of Uk’s largest museum. Thanks to Scottish architect Gareth Hoskins and exhibition designer Ralph Appelbaum.

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