The front lawn of this museum is always used as a parking, apparently for the burocrats and employees. This lawin should be a garden. If the museum do not have budget to develop it, there should be plenty of landscape architects willing to donate their work and plenty of volunteers like me to make the plantings. It looks to me like lack of initiative rather than lack of budget. In the meantime, how they dare to use the lawn as a parking? This makes the museum grounds to look sloopy and creates doubts on the potential visitor on the quality of what is inside the museum. If they need extra parking for visitors or employees, the administration should establish a zone but the apparent scattered parking on the lawn looks terrible and abusive of power.
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