Most modern galleries work on curation and invest in infrastructure. Here you could sense the lack of proper resource allocation so common to the Italian economy. A seemingly endless and redundant series of traditional religious works, with, mercifully, a small modern section that housed some terrific international and Italian modernists. An odd room based on a donation from a benefactor, consisting of really just a handful of Greek artifacts -- oddly out of place, but perhaps helpful to locals who may not get to travel to larger museums in Rome, London, Athens, etc. Signage only in Italian, available translation audio. If you are very keen to view a large and often redundant collection of stunning works of a certain genre, by all means. But this does not live up to the effort level and resource allocation you'd expect of the world's great galleries and museums, and one suspects the annual maintenance and salary tab is nonetheless high.
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