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Diocesan Museum

Among many others, the most outstanding elements to be visited at the museum are the Sant Jordi altarpiece created by Pere Niçard in the XVth century and the Roman carving of "Crist del Sant Sepulcre" (Christ of Holy Sepulchre) that dates back to the XIIIth century from the San Jaime parish church from Palma.

Entrance: 3 €, residents 1€

Further details of interest:

The Diocesan Museum displays works of art from La Seu Cathedral as well as from several churches and monasteries of Mallorca: Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque paintings and sculptures; silver items and decorative arts.


Street  del Mirador, 5

07001 Palma (Illes Balears)

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Contact details

Telephone: 971 72 38 60

Timetable:Open Mondays to Saturdays from 10:00 hours until 14:00 hours

Closing: Sundays

Date of last modification: 19 of June 2015

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