Monday is not normally a good day for museum going, so we were so happy to find that the centro cultural was open. In addition to the Picasso show, which charged admission, there are free exhibits. We saw some photos, all about the local tiles, Mapuche textiles, and could have gone to a movie. There are restaurants too, but we didn't visit. The Picasso show was in two galleries, just large enough to to be a lot, but not too much, and really elucidating. Traveling shows come every few months.
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