Medieval atmosphere on Calvary Hill in Montbrison
Like a journey through time? Calvary Hill is the perfect place for you this weekend. On Heritage Days in Montbrison, you can find a medieval festive atmosphere. Also note the presence of majestic dogs of the Irish Wolfhound breed (Irish Wolfhounds) of the Association “Between the Dog and the Game” marching magnificently in the medieval camp. Notable animals who participated in the filming of the movie Camelot.
Rail like a normal thread on the Androsiax-button
2021, the year of the European railway and the opening of the train adventure to the public … A beautiful coincidence in the homeland of the first continental railway line opened in 1827. It didn’t take long for a small group of Andreas-Boutonnies to take pride. Of their local history. In the program of activities: the route of the first railway line in the miniature, but do not forget the time travel with the train adventure, a visit to the opinion of Bouton Castle or an exhibition-discussion of some recent discoveries. Railway line.
Grenadiers Museum in Serviers
Maison des Grenadiers, a unique workshop-museum in France, is located in the heart of the medieval village of Xavier. Gold thread embroidery has existed in the Hout-Forres area since the end of the 19th century, when the Red Sisters returned to St.-Julian-la-Vetre. Initially, the achievements of embroiderers were mainly military. Gradually, the work spread to other military institutions and later to civilian embroidery for various public or private structures. In honor of Heritage Day, the public will be able to discover the treasures and treasures of the Les Phils Dow Bauhas exhibition.
Life resumes at the Fury Museum
In the spring of 2019, the museum closed its doors for renovation. Craftsmen and municipal employees later worked on all floors. In the summer of 2020 it was only possible to accommodate the public on the ground floor. This Wednesday, the company opened its remodeled three floors to its visitors. It’s great because Heritage Days are coming up this weekend. Opportunity to discover three new exhibitions (display of posters of the Summer Olympics since 1896, life and work of the Phoenician painter Charles Beauverie and hyper-realistic drawings by Frank Conte with a simple ballpoint pen).
Maurine Triptych appears for the first time in St. Galmeier
The Passion & Patrimoin Association is growing. For several weeks, its volunteers have been transforming the Maverick Museum (the smallest museum in Lower) into a few days paying homage to the master glass maker. An extraordinary work by Susan Filidette, presented to the public for the first time in Heritage Days. An appointment not to be missed!
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