In late October, I took my first trip to the museum, where I was joined by my husband, Chris.
The museum has a few things going for it.
The first is that its a very well-curated collection, consisting of some of the world’s most popular and iconic images of the day.
Second, its also quite well-equipped.
The photography museum boasts some of Italy’s most impressive collection of photography equipment, from an impressive array of cameras to the kind of digital-only lenses that allow photographers to get great shots with their cameras.
And third, the museum has two great galleries, one dedicated to photography and one dedicated solely to sculpture.
I went with the former, because I like to see art work in a more intimate setting, and the second because it is always a good idea to visit a museum when it has a great collection.
But the main thing that makes the museum special is that it has one of the most extensive collections of photographs of any museum in Italy, spanning a range of subjects, from the mundane to the fantastical, from landscapes to historical events.
If you’re a fan of the visual arts, this is the museum for you.
As a general rule, the photography in the museum is well-balanced and well-researched.
There are a few very well known names among the photographers and they are mostly based in Italy.
One of my favorite artists, Francesco Sisti, is also the owner of the museum.
It is his signature style and his images have been exhibited in museums around the world.
He has an eye for detail and his photographs are both beautiful and realistic.
The Museum is also home to a number of contemporary artists, some of whom are also based in the area.
Among the artists featured at the museum are a couple of local artists, one who was born in the town of Girona, the other born in Italy but currently lives in Italy and works in London.