It's part of the history. The visit would be a moment of epiphany towards art and its rich origin of renaissance. A day is not enough. For the uninitiated like me, it was physically exhausting meandering the vast area and an absolute feast to the eyes of the works of great story tellers. As I had only one visit could not complete seeing allthe exhibits. Maybe another day. But the visit will leave you in a state of 'awe'.
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