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Museo Pablo Serrano, Zaragoza

(3.6/5 based on 80+ reviews on the web)
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  • Much building for not seeing as Museum. There are many empty meters. If it had rehabilitated the old factory inside it would have sufficed, and did not need to spend so much money on construction. The first time I was there was nothing to see. Admission is free and they say that the terrace is worthwhile for the views, I've been twice and access to the terrace was closed.
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  • About a factory was built this Museum, which is free admission. Apart from the exhibition of sculptures by Pablo Serrano always seems to have some good exposure. Don't miss the rooftop terrace
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  • Yes, the building may like or not, but the permanent exhibition and temporary exhibitions are very empty "escasitas" where to give more importance to the building as to the quality of the exhibition itself. There are times that it looks too empty with four exposed things and already is. Building badly exploited and little valued. Many people use the upstairs terrace for stupid fashion the selfies and panoramic photos on social networks, where they forget full of artists and their works what's inside.
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  • Very interesting. However, it is for niche design freaks
  • Very nice and interesting!
  • It is OK because it is free. But the collection quality is not good enough. If you have time, I will suggest you go to Goya Museum other than this one.
  • Curioso.
  • Beautiful modern building! The entrance is free, where you can see different exhibitions. Very interesting!
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