The important complex of the basilica di s. Eufemia, ancient Cathedral, founded in 579 by Bishop Elijah the lapidary collects finds from the Roman period and early Christian: Roman inscriptions and are elements of Roman sarcophagi of the 2nd and 5th centuries a.d., fragments of early Christian and early medieval decorative sculptures, sarcophagus to acroteri of the 5th century, the face of 6th century early Christian sarcophagus from the atrium of the Baptistery.
Upstairs it is generically used for temporary exhibitions organised by the municipality dealing with the issue of relationship between Degree, its sea and its lagoon. For this reason, the structure was renamed by its citizens "sea Museum".
Downstairs (run by Superintendent but is not visible) are the remains of Julia Felix, Roman ship found on the bottom of the lagoon.
The Museum was created to house the Julia Felix, the Roman ship found on the bottom of the lagoon.
The ship, the ground floor, however, is not yet open