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Museo Episcopal de Vic, Vic
(4.6/5 based on 95 reviews on the web)
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  • A large collection of sacred art which covers all periods since Roman times, with heads carved in marble small figurines. religious costumes of the medioveo coins. etc. Worthy of view without haste.
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  • A unique Museum. for art treasures, too bad that the old building was razed, the current (in my opinion) does not give the size
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  • One of the oldest museums is of Catalunya and without a doubt the most complete in terms of medieval history. Magnificent!
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  • One of the most special museums I've ever visited. Both the diversity of the collection and the treatment of the staff, a charm. Your way of getting the Greek culture, Roman, Egyptian so care and originality make you come desire to discover more and more about this world! The most notable is the introduction of technology in this: through your mobile device you can access videos that explain the most interesting works and even customize your own itinerary through the rooms. Seriously, a museum that takes care of all the details and it's worth a visit.
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  • And we go for the sculptures and paintings of the URS.XIV. Very good material
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  • Good Museum
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  • Worth the trip to Vic for this Museum
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  • One of those who must go to see if you're to Vic.
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