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It is free to visit the attached cathedral. The museum requires an entry fee. It is a superb museum. Its many floors include information on the construction of the cathedral, art from the 13th to 18th centuries, a renaissance cloister, a somewhat macabre chapel of...More
The sole employee of this small but fascinating museum is so passionate about his work that it seems like he has an army of docents! The collection of art and relics here is surprisingly varied and well cared for. Worth a visit.
The museum of the Cathedral is well layed out around the Cloister of the Cathedral. It contains important relics such as a fragment of the tablecloth from the last supper, a small piece of the true cross and a piece of a thorn from the...More