Musee d'Art et d'Histoire Hebre de Saint-Clement, Rochefort
(4/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
Musee d'Art et d'Histoire Hebre de Saint-Clement is located in Rochefort. Using our online itinerary creator, Rochefort attractions like Musee d'Art et d'Histoire Hebre de Saint-Clement can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • A great success as this 1 hour tour of the House of Pierre Loti through 3D glasses. And this isn't a movie. The explanations and comments very rich and very well told by a tour guide give a perfect dynamic presentation. It's as if we were there. The images have a very beautiful rendering. Thanks to those who have had this idea. Because the real home is in the works for many years. Then in the Museum there is an entire floor dedicated to Pierre Loti, we discover the objects and paintings of his house seen in the virtual tour.
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  • This hotel is beautiful and perfect for a quiet and instructive visit. This place has allowed us to discover through Pierre Loti and Coco Fronsac Rochefort, as well as the scenes of the cult classic "the ladies of Rochefort"
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  • Due to a current special exhibition of the famous artist Coco Fronsac in this Museum, dedicated to the great French author and world traveler Pierre Loti, visited we the Musée d' Art Histoire Hebre in the tranquil Rochefort. First of all, the exhibition of Coco Loti is great... But the museum itself is absolutely worth a visit and has a nice collection to the most famous son of the city, Pierre Loti, a great New Caledonia collection and some historic paintings and collection objects that refer to the rich history of the town as an important sea port of France.
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