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55100 Tourisme Grand Verdun
03 29 86 14 18
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MUSEUM LA PRINCERIE

MUSEUM LA PRINCERIE

Credit : © Camille FLOREMONT / Tourisme Grand Verdun

The art gallery and museum (musée d’art et d’histoire) has been housed in a 16th-century house in the heart of the old town since 1932. Its very varied collections give insight into Verdun's rich history from prehistoric times to the eve of the First World War. There are numerous archaeological artefacts illustrating everyday life and burial traditions between prehistoric times and the Middle Ages. Some of the mediaeval sculptures from the region's religious buildings are particularly outstanding. There are also objects, seals and coins reflecting the town's history and the changes it has undergone over the years.

One room is given over to traditional Lorraine furniture. Another contains a collection of works by two great 19th-century artists from Meuse: Jules Bastien-Lepage and Hector Leroux. A large collection of delftware reflects the variety of products made locally and in other countries. The visit ends in a room filled with militaria from the 16th to 20th centuries. In the museum garden, there is a hundred-year-old maple.

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16 Rue de la Belle Vierge
55100 VERDUN
Lat : 49.1611069Lng : 5.3825091
23 d

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Contact

Tel : 03 29 86 10 62
Email : princerie@grandverdun.fr
Site web : www.musee-princerie-verdun.fr

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Ces informations sont issues de la plateforme SITLOR - Système d’Information Touristique - Lorraine
Elles sont synchronisées dans le cadre du partenariat entre Cirkwi, l’Agence régionale du Tourisme Grand Est et les membres du comité technique de Sitlor.

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