This was a stopover to burn about an hour before heading to the airport. While I agree that the buildings have a great story, and thus a great allure, don't come thinking you'll see much more than buildings and a few artifacts. The building has historical significance but contextually it is strange to have it plopped down in the middle of north Miami. In either event, while not the grandeur of the Duomo or Medici Chapel, it's a nice way to spend an hour and read how the puzzle piece building was deconstructed before relocation to the states. You'll also learn how the wooden crates (and hay) were burned as a health precaution during transit and then how it all was reconstructed without the identification of the marked crates. Friendly staff. Students get in for $5.00.
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