The architecture of the museum was beautiful, especially from from the distance, but once inside we were a bit sad to see the conditions in which the building is and especially in which their heritage is stored. You can see some nice pieces, but overall their collections are nothing really special. The architecture of the building is nice though, although pigeons are the masters here and the whole place is full of them and their excrement (including exhibition spaces and exhibits).
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