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According to UNESCO, the United States recorded the highest number of museums globally, with approximately 33,082 institutions as of March 2021.
Germany and Japan followed on the list, with around 6,741 and 5,738 institutions, respectively.
Overall, the current estimated total number of museums worldwide is nearly 104,000.
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With access to museums and galleries restricted since the COVID-19 pandemic started, millions around the world have resorted to the internet to quell their thirst for fine art. So what major artworks have they been Googling since the virus took hold of the globe in 2020?
Using the online analytics tool Ahrefs, the arts and crafts tutorials website Diys.com mined the 10 most Googled paintings in the world in 2020. Based on data from 155 different countries, the company quantified the average global search volume of each painting per month.
This is a dataset of Broadway shows with 1,000 or more performances.
Ten shows currently running on Broadway have at least 1,000 performances: The Phantom of the Opera, the 1996 revival of Chicago, The Lion King, Wicked, The Book of Mormon, Aladdin, Hamilton, Dear Evan Hansen, Come from Away, and Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.
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Attendance at museums and galleries worldwide declined sharply in 2020 over the previous year due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. That year, museums and similar cultural institutions around the globe had to stay close for several months as governments implemented emergency restrictions to limit the spread of the virus.
Overall, the Louvre in Paris, France, recorded the highest figure in 2020, welcoming roughly 2.7 million visitors. In 2019, it registered around 9.6 million visitors. The National Museum of China in Beijing placed second on the ranking in 2020, with 1.6 million visitors.
Details of AECOM Report here