Les Perrieres, Doue-la-Fontaine

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Les Perrieres is an an underground museum and event cave that introduces visitors to a dynamic natural history hidden among the rocks. A tour through the caves will lead you through the shelly stones, where a their story is showcased on billboards lining the walls. Although, you’re surroundings look natural, remember this is a manmade cave environment that was inspired by the majesty of gothic cathedrals. The stone that was cut out of the cave was used as building material for the structures in the region. Put Les Perrieres at the forefront of your travel plans using our Doue-la-Fontaine itinerary builder.
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  • We traveled back in time 10million of year there and dive in a sea thanks to the "mystery of the Faluns", very playful, there is such a proposed activity to children, a projection to see also explaining the construction of cathedrals cellars, we can flatter look groundwater! According to the visit, which the conduct was explained very well to hospitality, we can admire the proposed works contributing to the fantastic immersion in seas past, with lit jellyfish, planned a small dive with shark! and back in a tropical climate past the site is impressive and beautiful, with its slopes of Falun(sédiments de sable,coquillages,amonites etc..) and cellars cathedrals. Wait you to a tour suspended in time! :-D
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  • It is hot or cold constant temperature, instructive visit and magical, predict a small wool!
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  • Original tour. Impressive to see these "cathedrals" in the city! Very warm and good explanations
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