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The Archbishop's Museum is located on Wenceslas Square in a restored building that previously housed the Cathedral Deanery. The palace also once housed the residence of the Olomouc archbishop.
The museum exhibits masterpieces of the Gothic, Romanesque, and Renaissance periods. Here you can also visit the Episcopal Palace and the Chapel of St. Barbara. The most popular in the castle is the Mozart Hall, named after the composer who once visited this building.
In addition to the permanent exhibition, the museum also hosts temporary exhibitions, which makes visiting the museum interesting every time. When visiting an art gallery, a unique collection of paintings will appear, collected by the Olomouc archbishops in the XVI – XIX centuries. Also interesting are the collections of antique coins, medals, hunting trophies of the 19th century, and much more.
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Topic: Archbishop's Museum in Bohemia, Olomouc spa.