The goal of this blog is to cover every known Miniatures Museum in existence. And there are more than you might think from the Museu De Miniatures in Besalú and the Museum of Miniatures in Prague to Zarifa Salahova’s collection of miniature edition books in Azerbaijan and the Carromato de Max in Mijas. Then there are the 105 models of historic buildings at Miniatürk. And because Spain wants to win the title of “country with the most Miniature Museums”, let’s not forget the 23 mini-historical scenes on display at the Jaca Citadel Military Miniatures Museum. But we have another one to add to the list. The Miniatures Museum of Taiwan was the first museum to collect and display miniatures in Asia when it opened in 1997. Located inside the basement of an office building, the museum’s collection of over 200 items includes small scale rooms and scenes, like a mini-Buckingham palace and a teeny tiny nighttime market in Japan. Visitors also get a little passport stamped with all the places they see while “traveling” around the exhibit.