I was hesitant to go to a museum where there would be nothing but images of Don Quixote, but in fact, it was way beyond my expectations. There was quite a variety of art, some of it quite modern, others, more classic. What struck me most was that there were works by significant international artists. There were works by Robert Motherwell, Joseph Beuys, and Kokoschka, but the best piece was by Gabriel Flores which took up 3 sides of a room. Quite an impressive piece. It's located in the center of town, and when you're done you can have a nice meal at La Capellini a few doors down.
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