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The Diocesan Museum is located at Calle Caballeros, 5. It has a building that dates from the 19th century. It houses an impressive collection of sacred art. One of the patios has a beautiful little fountain. Another patio has a life size wooden sculpture group called La Santa Cena (the Sacred Supper), done by the artist Faustino Sanz Herranz, finished in 1964. There is another sculpture called El Resucitado and both of these are used for the processions of Holy Week. Among the works of art are paintings from the 13th to the 16th century, choir books from the 16th century, and liturgical vestments from the 17th and 18th century. There are missals from the Ucles Monastery also.