Birla Science Museum
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English Birla Science Museum
B. M. Birla Science Museum is an Indian science museum located in Hyderabad, India. Constructed by civil engineer P. A. Singaravelu, it comprises a planetarium, museum, science centre, art gallery as well as a dinosaurium. The museum itself was the second phase of the science centre when it opened in 1990.
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比尔拉天文馆（Birla Planetarium）是印度的著名天文馆，位于加尔各答、海德拉巴和金奈三地。太阳系。海德拉巴的比尔拉天文馆是一座白色大理石建筑，位于市中心的小山顶上，开放于1985年9月8日，游客可以听到泰卢固语、印地语和英语的讲解，而在加尔各答，还可以听到孟加拉语和许多其他印度语言的讲解。天文馆有关于宇宙、空间、银河、彗星、哈勃空间望远镜、日食、神秘的空间飞行物 UFO等各个方面的展示。
English The B. M. Birla Science Centre
The show at the Planetarium lasts 35 min and is moderately interesting. The Science Museum, on the other hand, is poorly maintained. The Dinosaurium at the upper level is interesting. It contains a complete skeleton of a dinosaur Kotasaurus yamanpalliensis discovered in the village of Yemanapalli in 1988. Modern Art Gallery is now located near the Dinosaurium (ignore the signboard near parking directing to lower level). It's the personal collection of Nirmala Birla; also quite interesting.