This is centrally located (except that from the Old Bazaar sitting above this the shortest way to get to the entrance involves a scary/dirty spiral staircase) and as others have said, very cheap (50 denars)--if they make you pay at all. When I stopped in on an April afternoon they just waved me in. The building is the star here: the rooms are graceful and the ceilings and arches fascinating. My eyes were always drawn upward. But the art was a disappointment. Some of it appears badly kept. I am a veteran of art museums, though no art historian, and I didn't recognize any of the artists. There are no interpretive signs either, trying to tell the history of Macedonian art. What I did see suggested that the fashions of art in the region carried on for 10 to 40 years after its emergence in Western Europe (e.g., one painting of about 1930 painting in the style of 1890s Pisarro).
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