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The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, or commonly referred to as MIA, is one of the largest public art museums in the downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota. The museum is located in an 8-acre campus, which was formerly known as Morrison Park. The museum is funded by the state government and also gets support from corporate sponsors, private groups and museum members. The museum does not charge entrance fee, welcomes any people and allows photography of its permanent collections.

The museum contains about 80,000 works of art from several periods in world history. The collections include visual arts such as paintings, prints, drawings, and photographs, as well as textiles, decorative arts, and architecture. There are several objects from Oceania and Americas, as well as Asian and African art. The Asian collection is once dubbed as one of the most comprehensive in the country.
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