Built on the site of the Caliph’s old fortress (which retains its towers built into the Renaissance façade of the palace), the Episcopal Palace houses the Diocesan Museum. Highlights include a central courtyard and a spectacular baroque staircase with vaulted polychrome plasterwork. The museum houses a large collection of artistic works from C.13th-18th: paintings, sculpture, furniture and tapestries. It is closed temporarily for restoration.

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