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The Episcopal Museum of Vic (MEV), founded in 1891, houses a magnificent collection of medieval art with paintings and sculpture from the Catalan Romanesque and Gothic periods. The collections of precious metals, textiles, wrought ironwork, glass...more
Although we read about museum before visiting it, we were really impressed by so interesting, various and rich collection !!
Museum has 4 floors but it's not big.
On the -1 floor there are archaeology collection amd lapidary. On the ground floor you'll find gothic...More
The name of the museum "episcopal" may sound too religious and boring. But what a surprise! A fantastic collection of master pieces from archeologic findings to medieval ages and even 18th century. Something you will never forget. To our knowledge, one of the best places...More
i have been here twice. This is the perfect museum for lovers of marvelously preserved gothic art. Every time I go (even though the permanent collection doesn't change super frequently as far as I can tell), I see something new. It is really wondrous and...More
well situated near the Cathedral, this majestic modern museum offers a very welcoming light and spacious hall with grand staircase and lifts to take you 4 floors of exhibitions in a most elegant architecture. The museum is well known mainly for its Romanesque and Gothic...More
Filled with lots of interesting local information and exhibits. Beautifully arranged over four floors. Antique glass ephemera, lots of church related ironwork and priest's / bishop's robes. Easy to spend 2 or three hours here.
On the day of our visit, we had this magnificent museum almost to ourselves. Great for us but more people should find their way here. The Romanesque collection is particularly outstanding, with pieces to match those at the Catalan museum in Barcelona and some, such...More
It preserves a magnificent collection of medieval art with masterpieces of painting and sculpture from the Romanesque and Gothic Catalan. The collections of jewelry, weaving, glass and ceramics provide a comprehensive overview of the history of liturgical art