We went inside, without any idea what to expect. I only did know as a non-christian that it is a christian museum, but of modern art.
Semi-inside is a ruin of the old church with some cool light effects because of the holes in the wall.
The museum itself contains modern art in very different ways, sculptures, paintings, installations. The fact that it is a christian museum does not mean that it's boring or too much for non-christian people. We were astonished, the building itself is one of the coolest museums I've been, very small long stairs with high walls, very large smooth spaces, some cool views at the 1th and 2th floor trough the window, and the walls were not white as usual! The art itself was well done positioned, it's mainly modern art in a subtle christian way, I even seen some dark gruesome art. Here and there are a few old bishop dresses, gold grails and candles. As critic students art-academy we were very positive. People where friendly, building is great and well selected artwork.
So if you do like modern art do not only think 'Ludwig'.
Kolumba is worth it for sure!
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