The Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao is probably the most elegant rubbish bin in the world - beautiful outside, but filled with trash.
In truth, though, it is not actually "filled"; being a modern art museum there is a lot of empty space. The empty space is in fact the best part of the interior.
We were treated to, amongst other things, a kitchen display with a talking cat, and a set of kitchen gadgets on a table; there are better displays in your local IKEA, and they don't charge €11 to see them.
Of course you might enjoy seeing the giant ashtray with stubbed-out cigarettes - perhaps this is now art because smoking is illegal everywhere and such displays are rare!
If you are in Bilbao, enjoy the Guggenheim from the outside - the only reason to venture inside is to help pay the salary of the bored-looking security guards; though what needs to be protected in this pitiable display is beyond me!
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