This palazzo has been partially restored and is now a gallery of the Fortuny collection and some wonderful modern works.
The Fortuny floors are very interesting and evocative of their time although none of the clothes were on display when we were there and no explanation was given as to why not.
The modern gallery floors are light filled and the works are of a high standard.
It is not as crowded as the Peggy Guggenheim gallery which makes it a more leisurely experience
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