Maxxi -Super Modern museum- This Zaha Hadid building strikes a dramatic note against the baroque Roman skyline, A piece of Art Itself! (Maxxi-Super Modern Museum in Rome-This Zaha Hadid design breaks the Baroque style of Rome The skyline, the building itself is a work of art!)
The museum is located in the historic center of Rome. The beautiful modern art structure inspires many 21st century design and art exhibits and even has an interactive section. Photos are allowed and there are lockers for free luggage. Wi-Fi is everywhere, and there are coffee shops.
The content of the museum’s exhibits is also very "avant-garde". Forgive me for my laziness, because there is no Chinese commentary, mostly in Italian. Most of the exhibits are introduced in English. The exhibition is divided into several major themes. Hall One is mainly about environmental protection and technology. It is still interesting after barely watching it for a while. The next few exhibition halls are all inexplicable displays for me. It is really meaningless. I went to the free bathroom twice, rested on the lovely sofa in the lobby for a while, and then came out.
The galleries were not impressive. The museum design was interesting.
A niche museum in Rome to visit