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In the era of technology, using a computer is becoming ubiquitous. It is usually claimed that the internet can provide a replacement for the necessity of museums and art galleries inasmuch as historical objects and art works can be unrestrictedly accessed on the internet. From my perspective, i totally dissent form this notion.
Firstly, the information accompanying the objects in museums or picture galleries is remarkably accurate now that scientific researchers research them painstakingly. On the contrary, websites and online resources can occasionally lack authenticity and research-based presentations. Furthermore, only when going to museums, art galleries or exhibitions, viewers can have a wonderful opportunity to experience historical relics in their own eyes and hands. Historical objects provide infallible testimony about the past and the people. Hence, the history, culture or tradition of a country can be reflected in museums displays. Internet also provide people information about them. However, it can not be denied that the feeling when searching for objects or works of art on websites is significantly different from the real experience of observing them directly.
Secondly, museums and art galleries play a prominent role in the growth of tourism and economy. They can get tourists' undivided attention for the reason that museums and art galleries help them have multifaceted information about the country. In addition, art galleries or museums create a golden chance of ample employment for the people of the country. Hence, museums and picture galleries generate a huge revenue.
In conclusion, museums and galleries are indispensable for each country. It seems to be hardly replaced bay computer-based information

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In the era of technology, using a computers are is becoming ubiquitous. It is usually claimed that the internet can provide a replacement for the necessity of museums and art galleries inasmuch as historical objects and art works can be unrestrictedly accessed on the internet. From my perspective, i totally dissent form this notion.


Firstly, First, the information accompanying the objects in museums or picture galleries is remarkably accurate now that scientific researchers painstakingly research them painstakingly. On the contrary, websites and online resources can occasionally lack authenticity and research-based presentations. Furthermore, only when going to museums, art galleries or exhibitions, viewers can (wrong word order) have a wonderful opportunity to experience historical relics with in their own eyes and hands. Historical objects provide infallible testimony about the past and the people. Hence, the history, culture or tradition of a country can be reflected in museums displays. The Internet also provide (wrong form) people information about them. However, it can not be denied that the feeling when searching for objects or works of art on websites is significantly different from the real experience of observing them directly.
Secondly, Second, museums and art galleries play a prominent role in the growth of tourism and economy. They can get the tourists' undivided attention for the reason that museums and art galleries help them have multifaceted information about the country. In addition, art galleries or museums create a golden chance of ample employment for the people of the country. Hence, museums and picture galleries generate a huge revenue.
In conclusion, museums and galleries are indispensable for each country. It seems to be hardly replaced bay computer-based information (missing punctuation)

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