Definitely worth a visit for an incredibly designed museum architecture of the future. It is a kind of place where Biennalles should be held. The current special exhibit of the 21st photographs of the Austrian-Italian confrontation during the First World War is very interesting. It is a shame that the museum has a nerve to charge 11 Euros for a feeble collection of a couple of items of Italian modern art. The museum is destined for bigger things but the admission fee is a turn off. It gets tiresome after a while to pay such a huge fee for all Italian museums, old and new. I hope the future tourists choose wisely and start ignoring some of these so-called museum and exhibits seemingly designed just to rake in hapless and cornered (captive audience?) tourists money.
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