Initially created as a savior for art students (replicas of masterpieces), this wonderful museum does hold a number of originals, including Boticelli, masters of northern renaissance, Byzantine and 19th century masters.
But the best thing about this museum is the atmosphere! The Grecian hall is spacious and breath-taking, the Italian courtyard is superb, the Asian halls are flawless and the Egyptian room is breathtaking.
This year it celebrates its 100th anniversary and is often host toa variety of extremely popular exhibitions (the most recent ones including Picasso and Caravaggio)
Definitely worth a visit.
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