Having missed visiting this museum a few times before because it was closed, we finally succeeded on an afternoon. We started by visiting its most interesting pieces, two beautifully decorated rooms, with carved wooden paneling depicting allegories of spring, summer, autumn and winter, later on also Flemish paintings, some statues, and lots of mainly locally produced earthenwares and porcelains. Quite a varied collection, certainly worth a visit.
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