Some people think we do not need museums any more in the modern world. Do you agree or disagree?

I disapprove the notion that museums are not needed.
is highly
not to your liking
. The modern world benefits greatly from these buildings that guide us through centuries of history. I can understand that you can learn history by different methods nowadays,
however I
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however, I
do not believe you can fully grasp the beauty of ancient things in
a way. The internet is widely and easily accessible across the world, having an abundance of knowledge, history and cultural resources included. But never forgot those historical and cultural blogs, websites, videos and
continuing in the same way
are secondary sources of information. Where did those pictures and scientific facts come from? The primary source which is the museums. All
a man-made object taken as a whole
in a museum will be studied and recorded for all to know and see by scientists. In fact, lots of people visit the museum. You cannot stop the thrill of going
up close
to experience the power of time on objects. Museums are a doorway to ancient times. People who think museums are not required are simply ignorant because they cannot comprehend how we have developed by using the knowledge of the past. Museums need to stay now and in the future, for us and generations to come.

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