Israel Museum in Jerusalem; Bardo Museum in Tunis; National Archaeological Museum in Athens; Topkapi Palace Museum in Istanbul. ISRAEL MUSEUM, JERUSALEM: Visited by a million people every year, the Israel Museum features the most extensive collection of biblical and Holy Land archeology in the world. BARDO MUSEUM, TUNISIA: Established within a 19th Century palace, the museum features thousands of artifacts from excavations carried out throughout Tunisia, that date from the nation’s Carthaginian, Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman periods. NATIONAL ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM, ATHENS: The world’s most important museum dedicated to the history of ancient Greece, the National Archaeological Museum boasts 11,000 exhibits from 7000 BC to the Roman conquest. TOPKAPI PALACE MUSEUM, ISTANBUL: Once the palace of the Sultans of the Ottoman Empire, Topkapi is a vast treasury of Islamic culture, science and weaponry, visited by over 2 million people every year.