Inside the large underground art museum was a vault-like door that is the entrance to the Pre-Columbian Gold Museum. It is a museum within a museum.
Maybe the underground location of the museum, besides creating space for a plaza above ground, was also considered a good design for security reasons. Art thieves can't break in or out of windows if there are no windows.
I will show photos of the collection beginning tomorrow.
This week we have photos of the Trinity College Library in Dublin, Ireland posted on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site.