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The museum is within the Patriarca architectural site, which was built in the 16th century and comprises the Corpus Christi Royal College, the seminary and the church. The different buildings and rooms are set around a large Renaissance cloister.

It is small but excellent religious-art museum featuring highly valuable works by Caravaggio, El Greco and local boys José de Ribera and Juan de Juanes.

The museum has a pictorial collection from the 16th and 17th centuries, as well as works by Juan de Juanes, El Greco, and the early Flemish painters. Furthermore, you can see Ribalta's ‘Last Supper’ on the church's main altar, as well as various Flemish tapestries in the La Comunión Chapel. Most surprising is the manuscript that Thomas More was writing while awaiting his execution in the Tower of London.  There is possibility of guided tour on request. Closed on Sundays.

Website: http://patriarcavalencia.es/