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    Chester Beatty LibraryChester Beatty Library Dublin, Ireland
    this library was started in Dublin, Ireland in 1950 to house and preserve the fabulous collection of mining king, Sir Alfred Chester Beatty, and sits on the grounds of the Dublin Castle, and opened in 2000, the 125th anniversary of Sir Alfred's birth and would become the European Museum of the Year in 2002. Its collections are separated into two collections and called, "artistic traditions" and "sacred traditions". Both of these collections contain drawings, miniature paintings, manuscripts, rare books prints and numerous decorative arts from the Western, Islamic and East Asian collection. It has become one of the finest resources for scholarship in the old and new testaments, as well as housing one of the most important collections of Far Eastern and Islamic relics; and houses some priceless objects that include the Gospel of Mani that is thought to be the last surviving relic from Manichaeism and the first illustrated Life of the Prophet. Their western collections contain many illuminated manuscripts, old master prints and drawings and rare books. Their papyri collection is one of the most inclusive in the world and contains a corpus of Ancient Egyptian love songs that is almost complete. It is a magnificent collection as are the rest, making this one of the most prestigious museums in Europe.

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    Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern ArtHugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art Dublin, Ireland
    the Hugh Lane is an art gallery set in the Charlemont House in Dublin, Ireland, which had been the home of James Caulfield, the 1st Earl of Charlemont and designed by Sir William Chambers. It had been called the Municipal Gallery of Modern Art, but renamed the Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, although it is still referred to as the Hugh Lane, since he founded it in 1908 and became the first known public gallery of modern art in the entire world. It would relocate to Parnell Square and house a permanent collection as well as hosting numerous exhibitions, with the majority being of contemporary Irish artists. Frances Bacon's studio was replicated here in 2001, and closed for two years while it was remodeled. It now has an extension that was designed by Gilroy McMahon Architects and Buro Happold that has a dedicated Sean Scully room.

January 12, 2014