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The Museum of the Former Bishopric in Grenoble is located in the former Episcopal palace, which dates back to the 13th century. The museum has a large collection of art and artifacts, with a focus on religious art, history, and archaeology. Visitors can see a wide range of exhibits, including paintings, sculptures, religious vestments, and archaeological artifacts from the Roman period. The museum also features a collection of modern and contemporary art. One of the highlights of the museum is the collection of Romanesque and Gothic art, which includes some of the most important works from this period in France. There are also several temporary exhibitions throughout the year, as well as educational programs for children and adults.