National Museum’s Department of Early Art
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Lonely Planet review
The National Museum’s Department of Early Art resides in an 18th-century palace that formerly served as the Pomeranian parliament. It displays a collection of religious art, particularly woodcarving from the 14th to 16th centuries, and you can also take a peek at the Pomeranian crown jewels.