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Museo diocesano e capitolare. Terni (TR)

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The collection is hosted in five rooms of the restructured Palazzo del Seminario Vescovile in the city center of Terni, near the cathedral. The palace, once the Diocesan Seminary premises, was built and frescoed under Cardinal Francesco Angelo Rapaccioli’s directions—mid 17th century—but unfortunately none of the original frescoes remain today. The palace also had its own independent role with respect to the nearby Bishop Palace to which, however, it was connected by a gallery—still visible today—with a coffered ceiling and frescoed walls. The Museo Diocesano hosts, in its rooms, several works of sacred art from churches, chapels, oratories, convents and monasteries in the Diocese territories. It is possible to admire paintings, altarpieces, plastic-form work and liturgical items testifying the vitality and artistic diversity in this territory. The mission of the Museo Diocesano e Capitolare has been to preserve, collect, exhibit and enhance the value of the historical, artistic and cultural heritage of the Diocese of Terni-Narni-Amelia [...]