The St. Augustine Monastery, one of the most important buildings erected in Ciutadella in the 17th century, is now home to the Museu Diocesà de Menorca. The monastery alone merits a visit, as it's one of the island's loveliest spots - in particular its cloister. But it also displays a wealth of splendid and historically important paintings, sculptures, engravings, and various objects from the prehistoric period through the 19th century - a remarkable window into Minorca's history and culture, especially from a religious perspective. The room devoted to the 18th century is one of the most impressive, and another is devoted to one of the most significant painters born on the island, Pere Daura (though better known to the world as Pierre; 1896-1976).
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