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    Cathedral La Seu - Catedral de Mallorca

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    Basílica Sant Francesc

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    Sant Llorenç Chapel Crypt

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Cultural heritage in Mallorca

The island of Mallorca has a wonderfully rich and diverse cultural heritage. Over the centuries, the island has been influenced by numerous cultures and civilisations. Among the many fascinating monuments for history and culture fans are the Cathedral of Santa Maria, also known as La Seu, Bellver Castle and the many churches and monasteries that illustrate the religious influence on the island, such as the Valldemossa Charterhouse, a palace where Chopin and George Sand spent time, and the Gothic church of Sant Francesc in Palma. Mallorca is home to ancient Talayotic ruins dating back to the Bronze Age on several parts of the island, such as Ses Païsses in Artà and the Capocorb Vell settlement in Llucmajor. However, contemporary art is to be found in every corner of the island, from Es Baluard in Palma to the Sa Bassa Blanca collection in Alcúdia. Annual events, such as La Nit de l'Art, Art Palma Summer and ArtPalma Brunch , are an ideal opportunity to see the proposals of gallery owners and exhibition spaces for works by local and international artists.

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