It was fascinating to view some of the great artist's early works and, when I was there, paintings of his family on loan from family members. What a master! The building is superb, as everyone else says, and... in the basement there are some ancient Phoenician ruins! Extraordinary! The courtyard adjoining the cafe is cool and pleasant, a perfect place to have a large glass of fresh orange juice while leafing through some of the pamphlets. I went at 4 p.m. (the museum is open until 8 p.m.), and there were no queues. The ticket price is nominal, especially for 65+ -- 50% reduced.
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