I'm one of those who believe that museums ought to be free. I was told this was but it wasn't. I have no special interest nor do I have sufficient understanding to warrant paying to go in. There are some parts which are open to non-paying visitors, but they didn't do anything for me, nor did the building itself. What was more interesting was the commemorative structure just before the museum, titled "Movimento Perpétuo", which I supposed was influenced by the ancient arches of the city. See photo.
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