Museo Diocesano Albani

Adjacent to the Duomo, this museum showcases a modest collection of religious artefacts, vestments and paintings, including Andrea da Bologna’s Madonna del Latte (Madonna Breastfeeding) and a canvas by Giovanni Santi (Raphael’s father).

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