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Museo del Capitolo della Cattedrale di San Lorenzo. Perugia (PG)


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The Museo del Capitolo di San Lorenzo is located in Piazza IV Novembre, Perugia’s main square, right in front of the Fontana Maggiore and next to the entrance of the Cathedral. This museum was reopened in 2000, after significant interventions of restoration had noticeably widened its exhibition space. Instituted in 1923, the Museum collection consists of works coming from the Cathedral and the churches of the Diocese, such as: goldsmiths, liturgical vestments and fittings, paintings and sculptures testifying the artistic production from the 11th to the 19th century. In the Lapidarium, held in the recently restored underground halls, probably part of what once was the Palace of Martino IV, numerous archaeological pieces are displayed. The exhibited fragments, which date from the 13th to the 16th century, come from the ancient cathedral and the worship edifices around it. The rich Art Gallery it possesses is second in Perugia, for the number of works conserved, only to the National Gallery of Umbria [...]