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Archeoforum de Liege, Liege

(3.7/5 based on 95+ reviews on the web)
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  • The Archeoforum hides under the place St. Lambert and present the visitor a very great richness and diversity, and many archaeological remains which have been updated over the years. Great success and great development of this incomparable heritage. The use of digital tablets offers the visitor a very interesting tour quality, particularly through reconstructions in 3D buildings whose remains are presented. From the prehistoric period to the present day, through the Gallo-Roman period and the middle ages, we are struck by the treasures lurking beneath our feet. I can only deplore besides the irreplaceable loss of the Saint-Lambert Cathedral, demolished voluntarily to the revolution. What a waste! The archeoforum is without doubt a must visit during a visit to Liège, for lovers of history and archaeology. A small downside: tablets do not have headphones or earphones. A little disturbing when several visitors hear different comments at the same time. This would be an area for improvement for a greater comfort of visit.
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  • Very interesting tour that traces a part of the history of Cork City and its Principality. It does not account the treasure hidden under the place saint Lambert. The explanations can be given either through a booklet or a tablet. Allow a good hour to make the visit comfortable
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  • Site might be interesting but too bad the explanatory Tablet are absent (we must settle for media). He was given a brochure explaining very well done but unfortunately you can view when you leave the site.
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  • Passage to Cork? Fan of archaeological discovery? In this case, not to be missed!
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  • Friendly, surprising and instructive activity. A place to introduce to children as to adults, be they tourist or the Liege region.
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  • Beautiful vestiges but animations for schools leaders are stubborn if c is not what they say sanction and no listens 💢💢💢👎👎👎👎
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  • Excellent archaeological museum with a personal guide on a shelf supplied at the tapping entrance.
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  • Really good, we went for the animation with the children. I did not expect me to be so playful.
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