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Museo simpatico in cui abbiamo passato un pomeriggio a scoprire curiosità sulle lingue e i linguaggi. Organizzato in modo molto originale, con video, audio e quiz. Si trova dietro la chiesa di S. Sulp... read more »Nice Museum where we spent one afternoon to discover interesting facts about languages and languages. Arranged in an original way, with video, audio and quizzes. It is located behind the Church of St. Sulpice and is easily accessible by public transport. A "Bravo" to the organizers.show original
went with 3 friends and had a great morning. The lady on the entrance was very helpful explaining how the museum was laid out. Loads of information and very informative. its not possible to take it al... read more »
We discovered this museum tucked behind Ste Sulpice church in the 5th Arr one rainy Monday. While, by all counts, it's not a large space, my 20 year old son and I ended up spending a longer time here ... read more »
The best museum I've ever been! In a playful way you can learn everything here about the languages human kind speak. It took us all day to study displays on the first floor so we could give just a quick look to the underground floor. This place is a must-visit for those who speak more than two languages, you will be impressed ;)
This beautifully and lovingly arranged museum tells the story of human languages from many perspectives. A fascinating trip into the languages of the world and their history, the evolution of speech and alphabets, but also lie detectors, sign language, secret codes, gibberish and Shakespeare in Klingon. An inspiring experience, not to be missed.
I friend brought me here on a whim a year or so ago and I couldn't believe I didn't know about it before! For anyone curious about languages, and word origins, you could spend all day here. You'll learn everything from how a dog barks in korean to how many native esperanto speakers there are in the world (more than you'd think!) to what happens when you don't learn any language for the first years of your life. For how small and unassuming the museum looks from the outside, it's a treasure trove of information, all presented in an entertaining, interactive way. Can't wait to go back.
Gregor J. Rothfuss
another quirky little gem. if you're interested in languages, you'll enjoy this place.
A fun, cool, intimate, interesting place. My wife and I got lost in here for an afternoon, trying to guess accents, playing Bananagrams, and otherwise expanding our linguistic knowledge. Highly recommended!
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