Diocesan museum

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The Sculpture Hall of the Augustiner Museum, Freiburg.

A diocesan museum is a museum for an ecclesiastical diocese, a geographically-based division of the Christian Church.

Austria:

  • Evangelical Diocesan Museum, Burgenland in the Evangelical Prayer House in the Mönchhof Village Museum
  • Diocesan Museum, Graz, Styria
  • Gurk Treasury, Carinthia[1]
  • Evangelical Diocesan Museum, Fresach in Fresach, Carinthia
  • Diocesan Museum, Linz, Upper Austria[2]
  • Evangelical Diocesan Museum, Styria in Murau
  • Cathedral Museum Salzburg, Salzburg state (Diocesan and Cathedral Chapter collections)
  • Diocesan Museum, St. Pölten, Lower Austria[3]
  • Cathedral and Diocesan Museum, Vienna

Germany:

Italy:

Spain:

  • Diocesan Museum, Jaca
External video
3D Virtual Tour of Diocesan Museum Tiepolo Fresco Galleries. Frescoes by painter Giambattista Tiepolo.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Renamed 2014, Opening of the new diocesan museum "Schatzkammer Gurk", kath-kirche-kaernten.at, 30 April 2014
  2. ^ Diocesan Museum, Linz, kirchliche-museen.org
  3. ^ Diocesan Museum, St. Pölten (dz-museum.at)

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