Located on the second floor of the Academia de Bellas Artes (whose graffiti-covered first floor is a sadly run down university with classrooms, offices, and poorly maintained plaster copies of ancient statues). The museum is well laid out, empty when we visited (how nice!), and very strong in pre-Renaissance and Renaissance art, with a few modernists (Modigliani) thrown in.
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