Respect for our heritage and a desire to conserve its riches for future generations. Over the years Spain has built up a dense network of museums, offering a broad and varied vision of our history, our traditions, our heritage and our culture. Whether these are major national museums with a world-class reputation like the Prado, or else simple ethnological or ethnographic museums, they all share one overriding feature which has shaped their character; namely the dedication, scientific rigour and perseverance involved in their creation and consolidation.
Diocesan Art Museum, Palencia - It contains masterpieces of religious art by artists such as Pedro Berruguete, Juan de Juni, Diego de Siloé and Felipe Vigarny, among others. See more
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