When you enter the small museum, located in the area of the monastery, you have the impression that in that small room there would be only half a dozen things to see. That was our first mistake. There's not thousands of objects being exhibited, maybe only a hundred, but you will be amazed by any one of them. The second mistake is that we were expecting miniatures like small toys or model houses and so. Nope. What they mean miniature is REALLY miniaturized. You will see a fly with a tiny little scissor and other microscopic metal objects in its many hands. A metal car standing on a mosquito leg and other similar amazing things. So tiny that you will have to use either a magnifier or a microscope to see them. It worth the price.
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