The National Museum in Warsaw was established in 1862 and is one of the largest of its kind in Poland. It is located in the city center at Jerusalem Avenue. It has an extensive collection of collections and is a great place to spend time attractive for both tourists and inhabitants of Warsaw. In addition, the building itself is worth seeing. The main building is designed in a modernist style and built in the 30s of the twentieth century. The eastern wing houses the Museum of the Polish Army. The National Museum includes works of developments in world history of art from antiquity to modernity. There you can see ancient artifacts, from Egypt, Greece and Rome, to the early Christian art, ancient, oriental, modern and contemporary. Of course, this is one of the best places to learn about the work of Polish artists. In addition to the numerous works of painting in the collection of the museum you can find sculptures, prints, miniatures, iconography, photographs, coins, medals and decorative arts. Work, which is worth paying attention to is the "Battle of Grunwald" by Jan Matejko, early Christian frescoes from the cathedral in Faras, or "The Three Crosses" Rembrandt and many other works of outstanding representatives, in particular modern European painting. Regular ticket price is 15 gold, 10 gold discounted permanent exhibitions and temporary exhibitions respectively 20 and 15, respectively. The Museum is open hours 10: 00-18: 00 Tuesdays to Sundays, Thursdays 10: 00-21: 00, and Monday closed.