The biggest photography museum in China is the Jing’an Museum of Photography.
The museum has around 40,000 square metres, or about 8.6 acres, and holds around 50,000 images, according to a listing on the website of the local authority, Xinhua.
It’s one of the biggest in the world and it’s run by a non-profit organisation, the National Gallery of China.
It has been around since the early 1990s and it was the first to host a large-scale exhibition in the country, according the gallery.
Its collection includes over 1,200 works of art and over 30,000 photographs.
In fact, it’s so big that it’s only a few blocks away from the Great Hall of the People, the nation’s legislature.
The museum also hosts exhibitions in Mandarin, the Chinese language, English, French, Japanese and Korean, according.
There’s no doubt the museum is the largest photography museum of its kind in China, but the collection is bigger than the rest of the country.
And its collection includes some of the most prestigious works of Chinese art.
A group of Chinese students in Beijing photographed by Zhang Yanhua, a photographer based in China.
In fact, China has become one of Europe’s most photogenic countries.
More than 1,000 foreign tourists visited the museum in 2014, and the museum attracts more than 20,000 visitors each year, according Xinhua’s listing.
Chinese people love photography, and it has become a symbol of culture and heritage in the city.
Many foreigners have made their mark on the museum, which has a large collection of artworks from around the world, including from Italy, France, Germany, the US, the UK and China.
A group takes a photograph of a portrait of former president Xi Jinping in front of the National Museum of China in Beijing, in this photo illustration taken on September 18, 2019.
China has a long history of art galleries and exhibitions.
In the 1980s, it was home to the first major Chinese art exhibition, the Beijing Art Fair.
In 2013, the country became the first country in the western world to hold an exhibition of the work of Chinese artists in a museum.
Now, the number of Chinese exhibitions in museums is increasing, according a Chinese news website.
“The number of museums in Chinese cities is growing at a fast pace,” said Zhang Yan, the photographer.
“Chinese people are becoming more interested in their country and culture.
They want to see pictures of their own country and are interested in the art of their country.
So the number is increasing.”