You have to hike to the top for the full effect. The ruins below, with the mountains all around. Definitely look for the painting (at the very start of the museum) and the model (at the very end of the museum) of what it looked like when it was not a ruin. It was crowded with tour groups when we went (around 11am), but I'm not sure the best time to go, because the ruins seemed to get shadowed in the evening (sun was setting behind it), so it may not have been so good for photos. Oh, and we used the Rick Steves guidebook to figure out what we were seeing, which seemed to work pretty well.
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