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    The whole thing. You can do it in a day, no problem. The problem people have is that they get lost because of it's shape and wanting to see everything. They panic or wander aimlessly over the same areas. Search the internet and print out or buy a good map and use it. Personally I found the Russian part the best but it's subjective.

    Cough up the extra money so you can take photos and look out for the English version of the book in the shop so later you can find out what you were looking at as most of the information is in Russian:)

    There is a cafe and bakery van outside for lunch but you will find you finish by 3pm (Russian lunch time). The toilets inside are OMG yuck but that's what you get for not travelling somewhere boring. I would finish the day by going to lunch somewhere nice and use their toilet hoping for better:) almost 8 years ago

    Answered by Lisa Smith via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    While they have plenty of works by European old maters, my favorite would certainly be their giant peacock clocks (google it and you would see what I mean). I would also recommend their impressive Henri Matisse collection on the top floor.

    By the way, if you have the ISIC card, you could get in for free. over 7 years ago

    Answered by Aries L via Site_iconWorldNomads.com

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