Museu d’Història de Manacor


This intriguing museum contains fascinating exhibits relating to the Roman, Byzantine, Vandal, Muslim and later eras of the region, including Roman mosaics that form the most important collection of mosaics in the Balearic Islands. There are also important pieces of ancient sculpture, metalwork and ceramics, as well as ethnographic displays and later pieces from the industrial period.

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