The building is as everybody says very exciting to explore, even though it's not yet been put to full use. The collection is interesting, mainly Italian, and fits the spirit of the place (the focus is spatial, with a lot of architecture, sculptures, installations and textile art ). All in all, the collection doesn't reach the full potential of the building, but the building in itself is a must - a good counterbalance for classic Rome and absolutely worth seeing (children will love it, too). The restaurant across the yard is great as well - we tried the lunch buffet which offers a great range of bio food, very artistically conceived. The place doesn't seem too popular yet, which is sad, but on the other hand it's a great break from the hysteria of the popular sights in the centre.
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