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The Museum and the art gallery are housed in some of the rooms of the Palazzo Ducale, commissioned by the Montefeltro-Della Rovere to Francesco di Giorgio Martini in ca. 1470 and expanded during the first half of the 16th century by Girolamo Genga (1476-1551). Include collections of paintings, drawings, engravings and calcografico and geographical material that the Duke Francesco Maria II Della Rovere, last Lord of Urbino, left the community to Casteldurante. All these collections, with works submitted by suppressed monasteries and other donations, constitute the precious heritage of the Museu
The Museum is housed in the former Bishop's Palace, Abbey building from the end of the century. XVI, which was transformed in the current renaissance forms through speeches by Francesco di Giorgio Martini (1439-1502), Jerome Genga (1476-1551) and the stonemasons of Sant'Ippolito (15th-16th century). The Museum is divided into various rooms in which is divided the Diocese of heterogeneous: the Lapidary, which leads to the upper floor, which also houses the library and the archives Diocesan Church, the Hall of honor of the diocese, where the activities of Diocesan Cultural Institute, the Hall of