There are two museums at Montserrat, the Espai Audio Visual and the Montserrat Museum. The Montserrat Museum contains art dating from Ancient Egypt to 2001, much of which has a religious theme. There are also ethnographical and zoological artifacts on display. The permanent collection has six themed areas: the archaeology of the Biblical Middle East, paintings from the 13th to the 18th century, Catalan art in the 19th and 20th centuries, the iconography of the Virgin of Montserrat, Slavic icons, and liturgical objects from the 15th to the 20th century. These exhibits contain works by Caravaggio, El Greco, Picasso, Dalí, Miró, and Degas. There are also usually two temporary exhibits that rotate roughly every five months. The Espai Audio Visual is a more modern space that uses videos and specially created audio to inform visitors about life at Montserrat in a unique and entertaining way. It’s split into five sections: Mountain, Presence, Monastery, Sanctuary, and Culture, and at the end visitors have the chance to enjoy a 15-minute presentation following a full day in the life of the monastery.