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Solsona Museum

Rural historic and artistic heritage

Located inside the Episcopal Palace, this is one of the first diocesan museums in Catalonia. It has rooms dedicated to prehistory, important collections of Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque art and a space dedicated to salt sculptures from the Cardona mines.

The museum preserves important pre-Romanesque works, such as the two fragments of the Orant and Cavaller mural paintings from Sant Quirze de Pedret, whose central nave is reproduced here.

In terms of Gothic art, it is worth highlighting different examples of mural painting, such as the altarpiece of the Lord's Supper, attributed to Jaume Ferrer I.