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Le Scénovision, Benevent-l'Abbaye

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  • Sceneovision is a sights, sounds and smell experience. It tells of thenlife of a young girl living in Benevent, and follows her life through childhood, and her marriage. One part of it is 3D, and then...  more »
  • Picked up details of this experience in Aubusson and although perhaps an hour away at Benevent-L'Abbaye was well worth the trip seeing the beautiful scenery of this area on the way. We arrived and wer...  more »
  • After a visit to the Wolves of chabrières, we decided to swing by Benevento to see the scenography which we had taken a flyer (thanks the intersite tract of the hollow, you get a discount - it's good to know and important to keep it and make tamponer at each site). Back in the past (1900 ~) through the story of a family of the corner and various stakeholders which you will find traces in the village (donations from the banker migoult in the Church... etc). You will visit 4 different pieces (more if you count the shop and the old wooden games space): 1 first with a 3D projection that works well on the plans in the forest - and bee - less on the rest (a little blurry at times), 1 reconstituted old Bistro, 1 room 2-tiered representative city with animated projection Hall, 1 bathroom restoring the laboratory and the distillery of the creator of alcohol (moving sets) and a last screening room. The story is interesting, a little tire-tear, but fun to follow (however I would not recommend for young children, it will not interest them and as we stay without moving for a long time to follow the films, it is not suitable for a young audience that might annoy others more than anything else). Lovers of history and of the former, this is done for you. The photos are allowed (no), to avoid the flash (out of respect for others and logically) we knew the benedictine, not the beneventine, this alcohol with the strong taste of plant. At the end of the "show" we got to a tasting of alcohol (and initially, to try the caramels to the beneventine, very good). Welcome to the top, session joking because we were very little.
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  • Great insight into the history of the local area.
  • Great story, to visit.
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  • Super, thanks to the filmmakers do not regret my visit and I would recommend this tour.
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