Museum of Resistance, Deportation and Liberation of Lot, Cahors
(4.7/5 based on 50 reviews on the web)
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  • It was raining so we came in out of the rain. It's free but not worth coming if you don't read or speak French. The exhibits may be interesting but it's all in French. They give a guide book but you c...  more »
  • The history of the Resistance during the Second World War is inspirational. It is excellent that this museum preserves first hand accounts of the work of the Resistance and the atrocities committed by...  more »
  • Fantastic little museum. Very moving. English language version of information provided. And all for free. Well worth a visit but be prepared to be upset by the photos. 
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  • Easy to access from the car park of Place de Gaulle. Free entrance. Give yourself at least 90 minutes - there is a lot to see, despite the small size of the museum. Lots of information in French, but there is a small leaflet in English for use during your stay. Fascinating actually seeing all the SOE equipment right next to you - the drop canisters, the radios, the weapons, and so forth. A very good description of individual resistance actions. Note that there is a distinct bias to recording just the resistance of the Lot, but that does not take away from this great museum. Some VERY disturbing pictures of tortures and other atrocities committed by the Nazis.