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Musee du Verre et du Vitrail, Gordes
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  • Nice for non specialists of glass and stained glass, to this small museum "artisanal". Very beautiful objects are exposed. A little video would be required to explain the technique of stained glass and also manufacture of glass objects, the explanations are a bit obscure. The last part which is more scientific has some approximations or inaccuracies. Very beautiful historical machines are however presented.
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  • Very interested in the topic, my vitrailliste husband for 20 years we were certain to please us. Place dirty, run down, very bad odorous, curled, all ground is obsolete, all for 5 euros per person it's a ripoff, at best to visit the garden but do not also go to the bathroom!
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  • On the way down to the beautiful village of Gordes, we visited the Museum of glass and stained glass. Very nice environment, small lake at the entrance, modern statues, beautiful vegetation. Somebody waiting for you, pays off, but it's worth the look. We learn how the first stained glass windows were made. Fine specimens on display, it's bright, clear, the downside, it's old and it needs a little updating. We recommend this tour, it's very nice to see.
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  • 3 parts: artist work, u either like it or not. History of stained glass, in French. & examples of how glass was important to science. To me that was the most interesting.