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Best things to do in Limoges

Museum
“In its fully renovated setting, the Adrien Dubouché National Museum holds the largest collection of Limoges porcelain in the world. It also contains representative works from the key stages in the history of ceramics.”
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Museum
“Si vous souhaitez avoir une bonne idée de l'histoire locale, et voir les oeuvres d'artistes locaux renommés, ce musée est à visiter. Il présente des oeuvres de peintres locaux comme Renoir, Suzanne Valadon,... A voir aussi: une belle collection d'émaux de Limoges, vitraux, sculptures, salle d'égyptologie, maquettes du Limoges ancien à plusieurs époques, etc.”
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Museum
“Quartiers historiques de Limoges, la confrérie des bouchers, et des familles puissantes de la ville.”
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Store
“Porcelaine Bernardaud (une des plus ancienne famille de porcelainiers de la ville)”
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Restaurante
“Certains connaisseurs décrivent le 27 comme le meilleur rapport qualité-prix de la ville.”
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Library
“A côté de la mairie, une belle bibliothèque, vidéothèque et aussi prêt de disques, très agréable salle de consultation de périodiques dans une serre de verdure.”
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Museum
“The Casseaux museum is home to the Casseaux porcelain kiln, built in 1904. Today, it is a historical and technical site dedicated to Limoges porcelain. This 19th century industrial building tells the story of the evolution of porcelain-making and the hardships and successes involved in the quest to master fire. The skills required in porcelain-making include preparing the clay, casting, calibrating, and baking (several times). Special tools, machines and various utensils are on displayin the museum. ”
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Museum
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Museum
“For almost two centuries, Limoges was the city of distilleries. Major trading hub, the city received cognac, armagnac, rum, liqueur wines, cane sugar, fruits, plants and spices, essential for the making of numerous specialities. Limoges had a big quantity of oaks to make barrels, a tasty and pure sort of water, creative and expert labour for a new activity, aside from porcelain, to expand and thrive. Thus, from 1780 to 1930, there were several dozens of distilleries in Limoges. Surrounded by the raw materials’ aromas and by the makings in progress, you will be able to share the venerable art work traditions of the liqueur masters of the past, still respected today.”
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Galeria de arte
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