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International Center of Medieval Art

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Both the Met Fifth Avenue and the museum's branch in northern Manhattan are the locations of the International Center of Medieval Art. The art collection encompasses Mediterranean and European art from Rome's fall in the 4th century to the beginning of the Renaissance in the early 16th century. Art created during the Bronze Age and early Iron Age are also included in the collection. The Met Fifth Avenue main location holds more than 1,400 objects on view and The Met Cloisters location displays approximately 2,000 works dating from the 12th through the 15th century.