Discover The Sacred Tablecloth of Coria
Devotion, culture and tourism based on the Holy Relics exhibited in the Cathedral of Coria turned into unique historical and spiritual treasures to the delight of the faithful.
Considered a true coffer of faith and culture, the Cathedral of St. Mary of the Assumption (Catedral de Santa María de la Asunción) treasures a long legacy of artistic, intellectual and spiritual wealth in its Museum of Religious Art (Museo de Arte Sacro), whose main highlight is the universal relic of Christianity that is the Sacred Tablecloth of the Last Supper.
A history that began 2,000 years ago and served as a reason for the linen sheet, upon which one of the most important chronicles of the life of Christ was created, to become a unique historical and spiritual treasure exhibited for over 500 years in the Cathedral of Coria, one of the oldest dioceses in Spain. Devotion, culture and tourism, based on one of the most precious and important sacred artefacts of the Christian tradition since ancient times, which the City of Coria and its Cathedral have brought back on display for the world to see, restoring its former glory as a Universal Relic of Christianity. The rich bequest of objects and jewels includes several remarkable pieces such as a Holy Thorn of the Crown and a “Lignum Crucis”, or fragment of the Cross of Jesus Christ, in addition to the extraordinary Sacred Tablecloth of the Last Supper.