| British Museum
|Type of building||Museum|
|Location||2nd World London|
|Date of construction||Late 2014|
|Architect||Xexekeli (and AtchySK?)|
|Use||Permanent public exhibition|
|Materials||Stonebricks and stoneslabs (walls), glass (pyramid), oak planks (floors)|
|Sizes||Big. Two floors and a smaller underground area|
The museum is a large stone building with two floors and an underground area. It has a glass pyramid, which allows light into the underground area. The flooring is made up of oak wood planks.
Certain collections had several items such as London cannons and war uniforms, famous tools and weapons, etc. There was also an art hall (underground, under the pyramid) with two replicas of paintings (Van Ghog and Banksy) and a replica of the Lion of Peace. The most valuable item was a piece of bedrock, which is still there, probably.