The Villa Flora is a largish house in which the then-inhabitants acquired a fair amount of art from good post-impressionist artists and had it mounted in the house for their own use. The villa remains in essentially that condition. There are some nice pieces (including two nice Van Goghs), but in our view the overall quality of the works in the Kunstmuseum were higher. Still worth a visit, however, and an hour is adequate to see the works.
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