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The recently renovated Diocesan museum displays one of the leading collections of artistic heritage of the Church in Majorca. The visit is chronologically organised from the first manifestations of Christianity in the island up to the 20th century.  

Throughout the tour you can see outstanding paintings and images from the Gothic era and from the modern era. One of the most emblematic works is, without doubt, the altarpiece of Saint George, painted in the 15th century by Pere Niçard, with the mediaeval city of Majorca as a backdrop. There is also an interesting collection of ceramics from the 16th-18th centuries and some furniture designed by Gaudí for the Cathedral. 

A visit to the museum will also allow you to see part of the interior of the bishop's palace, from the old mediaeval oratory to the remains of the Roman wall or a series of items designed by Gaudí, as well as magnificent views over the bay of Palma.