Fondation Alexandra David Neel, Digne les Bains

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  • There's no better place to discover this unusual woman. Just like her, her house is out of the ordinary. Left as to his death, his Secretary ensures the grain so that the place is not distorted. It seems that Alexandra is still alive. The free tour is very documented. Let's go for a pilgrimage. Travel photos are very well developed, inviting them to go through Tibet in his footsteps. Don't miss: the small adjoining shop that offers the author books, souvenirs and a moment of Exchange with the staff that is never stingy with anecdotes. A must if one is passing in Digne baths.
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  • One of the best cultural venues in Digne. The tour is very interesting. A great opportunity to discover the life of Alexandre David-Neel!
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  • Free tour of his house at the end of life and d a small museum with a guide passionate. And exciting... a d expo room is available also... A good past time to discover a unique character.
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  • A place full of emotion where floats the memory of a great Explorer as well geographically only spiritually!
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  • A magical place! Mary Magdalene home visitors to the shop 😃
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  • User me very interesting.
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  • Very interesting, small Museum of Tibet travellers Alexandra David-Neel, who was disguised as locals, in the 20s of the last century, in the Tibet forbidden for foreigners.
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