The museum is badly signposted, with no parking anywhere very near. Once you somehow locate the official parking (well hidden) you then walk to the museum. Entrance building is a large well-lit glass box structure with glass circular rooms inside (shop, reception etc). Tickets were free (nice) and then off to see the exhibits. This consisted of one quite large hall about 2-3 artifacts wide and 10-15 long. When we visited almost all visitors were groups - mostly school kids, some pensioners. The idea doesn't work and you are left gawping at a rag bag collection of stuff too mediocre to display at the Louvre in Paris, with no idea of context, similar works, schools of painters etc. worse, carpets are placed next to paintings, ceramics by statues - a mishmash of pieces with no coherency.
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