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Museo Diocesano information
On the other side of the square to the Duomo, in the cellars of the former bishop's palace, this museum displays statuary. Highlights include a finely sculpted Solomon and Sheba, and a 5th-century early-Christian mosaic, which was discovered under Piazza del Duomo.
A combined ticket (€6) allows entry into the baptistery and Museo Diocesano.