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“A somber museum that was very thoughtfully mapped out, the museum can easily consume half your day as you walk it's grounds (partly with a free guide) to learn about what makes earthquakes, how we detect them, wha...”
“It's definitely a lovely museum to visit, especially in the heart of the epicenter area .”
“This museum is interesting in several ways: - it contains an amazing collection of bronze sculptures by Rodin and Degas, probably the largest outside France, - it offers rotating exhibitions (two per year) on orig...”