This is a treasure trove of Himalayan, Ottoman and, above all, Chinese treasures. The displays are well arranged and there are ample informative explanations, many in English as well as in Italian. And when you've finished, there's an amusingly decorated music café diagonally opposite (on the corner) where you sit on 78s while enjoying a light lunch.
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