The biggest museum complex in the Czech Republic is the National Museum. With over 10 buildings, some of which are situated outside of the capital city of Prague, the museum boasts millions of interesting artifacts and unique objects from the past. The objective of the museum is to further develop national identity within the Czech lands, the continent of Europe, and the world itself. The impressive collection covers areas of botany, entomology, zoology, anthropology, archeology, mycology, paleontology, and mineralogy. The collections range from natural science to specific fields of sociology. Below you will find all of the buildings housing the collections of the National Museum.