This place is very special but not everybody is able to recognize its value. I had the luxury of taking a private tour in the garden with a worker of the museum, who explained very well the nuances and the importance of every item and every room. I'm related to the people who made the exhibitions and I know they put much thought behind the design and symbolism of it. If you're from the area and not familiar with the local literature, you will not enjoy this place without at least some guidance.
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