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Museo Barjola

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Museo Barjola

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Calle de Trinidad 17, 33201, Gijon Spain
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Patchesonelbows wrote a review Nov 2018
Liverpool130 contributions68 helpful votes
This building is to die for. Worth visiting just for the building itself. Original exterior, but inside it's a modern marvel with beautiful lines. When I visited there was some conceptual art being shown (left me rather cold as I'm nothing if not a philistine) but with some interesting photography on the top level.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Evangelina B wrote a review Jul 2018
Brussels, Belgium32 contributions12 helpful votes
Nice expos of modern- contemporary art in the 3 floors plus the chapel on the ground floor. Building is nice as well as furniture. Worth a visit!
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Victor P wrote a review Jun 2017
340 contributions51 helpful votes
I need to preface this review by stating that while I love art, I am not a huge fan of the modern and post-modern movements, so I am slightly biased in this review. The museum is free and has three floors of modern and post-modern art of all types of media. The museum was aesthetically pleasing and clean and if you like this kind of art, I highly recommend this museum. If you're like me and you prefer other kinds of art, it is worth a peek, but expect to spend much time there.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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Ropongi wrote a review May 2016
Madrid282 contributions126 helpful votes
This museum is dedicated to a well known 20th-century painter, and regularly presents exhibitions of modern art. Entrance is free and opening hours very convenient, so it is worth visiting if you like modern art.
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Date of experience: August 2015
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