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The Museum of Religious Art in Sahagún is located inside the XVI Benedictine Monastery, close to the Monastery of Saint Benito, built in the XII century.
The most important piece is a magnificent XVI century completely engraved silver monstrance by Enrique de Arfe, now the property of Sahagún Council. … Also, glass cabinets containing liturgical objects and metal craftwork, religious clothing, paintings and canvases, various religious sculptures such as a crucified figure or an Ecce Homo.
Its main attractions include the sepulcher of King Alfonso VI and four of his wives.