The museum is hosted in a ancient but partially rebuilt palace in the very cicty centre. Entering the building, you will find a small but very beautiful cloister. The collections are visible in two different areas of the bulding, the first one is basically some stone sculpures and music books dating back to the XVth century. The second part is hosted in a former church and is much more interesting, especially the stunning statue of the 'Madonna of the Pommegranate' and the large tapestries.
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