The museum building is grand , well laid out with open courtyards and easy to follow displays across a number of floors. Geography , geology , marine biology , ancient history and anthropology are some of the areas covered. Notes in English are to be found in the corner of each room.
The item that many want to see are the mummies - fascinating - also look for the vertebrae pierced by the wooden dart - what a way to go....
There is a fine café/bar and loos as you would expect. We visited in the early afternoon and were joined by a couple of classes from the local schools - they seemed more interested in flirting with each other than in the exhibits - my respect and kudos to them.
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