Nice courtyard good environment to stop off away from the parcel of the city, generally interesting.
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This museum is visited as part of the entry fee to the Cathedral Santa Ana. It sits in a beautiful square building with a shaded courtyard with pal trees and a water feature at its centre. the museum itself contains a large number of art...More
Entry fee 3 Euros. Quite a lot to see with sacred and religious connotations. Normal works of art and paintings associated with a Cathedral but some interesting relics.The buildings add a bit of interest together with the courtyard. Only need about 30/45 minutes to view...More
The museum price was included with that of the cathedral. There were lots of relics of the virgin mary and baby jesus, and of various saints but the best piece was a set of modern art depicting the 14 stations of cross - Christ's journey...More
the inevitable collection of relics and statuary which is probably OK for the Roman church but difficult for the Prods. interesting 'rattler' mechanism reproduction. finely proportioned chapter room.which is the highlight of the museum. typical fountain centred cloister giving peace to all around it. cathedral...More
This museum is part of the cathedral Santa Ana. The building itself is worth to visit. The exhibited different religious objects are similar to any other similar museum. Nothing special.
this museum is directly connected to the Sant'Anna cathedral. the building is very nice, so the inside garden. However, despite claiming to hold important artistic pieces, like a tabernacle chiselled by Benvenuto Cellini (which I wasn't able to see), the contents are not very interesting...More
The Museo de Arte Sacro is located in the south wing of the Cathedral. The museum communicates with the church through the Puerta del Aire. The date the museum was opened was in 1984. One enters the museum using the Patio de los Naranjos, which...More