Can you identify these museums?

The Whitney

These buildings' exteriors might just match the beauty of the masterpieces within.

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The Guggenheim Bilbao
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This stunning museum was designed by American architect Frank Gehry:

Absolutely jaw-dropping, this Gehry-designed building in Bilbao, Spain, is considered one of the most important works of architecture of the last quarter century.

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The Guggenheim Bilbao
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This museum is dedicated to the work of a surrealist master:

Located in St. Petersburg, Florida, an odd choice seeing as Dali had no connection to the city, it was picked after a nationwide search in the early 1980s on behalf of A. Reynolds Morse & Eleanor R. Morse, two of Dali's biggest supporters. This current building opened in 2011.

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Holon Design Museum
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What's the name of this remarkable design museum?

Design Museum Holon—Holon being a town in Israel just south of Tel Aviv—is the first building planned by renowned Israeli industrial designer Ron Arad. It has already made a name for itself abroad. Conde Nast Traveler magazine recently declared it was a "new world wonder."

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Philadelphia Museum of Art
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This art museum is nearly 90 years old:

Famous for its cameo in the movie "Rocky," this building's construction, which incorporates several architectural styles, was completed in 1928. Today it houses one of the largest museum art collections in the United States.

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ArtScience Museum, Singapore
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Yes, that is a museum you're looking at. What's its name?

Designed by Israeli architect Moshe Safdie, the Singapore ArtScience Museum is meant to symbolize a lotus flower. Its unique design allows rainwater to be collected at the center of the building, where it flows into a reflecting pond.

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MAC Niteroi
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What's the name of this museum (no, it's not a spaceship!)?

Completed in 1996, Niterói Contemporary Art Museum, in Niterói, Brazil, has since become one of the country's main attractions. The Brazilian architect who designed it, Oscar Niemeyer, once described it as a flower emerging from the rock that holds it.

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Vitra Design Museum
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By what name does this eclectic-looking design museum go by?

Located in the town of Weil am Rhein, Germany, the Vitra Design Museum is a privately owned museum with a focus on furniture and interior design. The building itself also happens to be the first Frank Gehry built in all of Europe.

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The Whitney

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What art museum just moved into these new digs?

This Renzo Piano-designed building is the new kid on the New York City block, having opened in May of this year. Located on the city's East Side since 1966, the Whitney's new home is larger, brighter and more aesthetically pleasing than its predecessor.