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Panorama XXL, Rouen
(2.5/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web)
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  • Very interested in the story, I went with friends and family in this complex. There is a museum that introduces the visit and that explains the situation of Rouen at the time after, the visitor enters the 360 my sense in coming home was mixed. As the visit, I felt increasingly absorb in that time. Higher the central tower, the more we discover the details of the canvas. The music is in line with the canvas. Games of lights that materialize the day and night are beautiful. The downside: the price of entry is a bit expensive... At the end of the visit, there is a small shop. You can buy the poster of the canvas for a price very affordable (7.50 euros including VAT) in conclusion, to do at least once this attraction because unusual... Important point. The exhibition from time to time change the canvas.
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  • Rouen downtown is beautiful, the medieval streets are nearby, so why waste his time and money to see a reproduction? Maybe the Rouennais will be more receptive, but me, I have no interest.
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  • I have long hesitated to enter the XXL, given the price and the concept. Finally, I discovered the Amazon, then Joan of Arc in an unusual and surprising presentation, artistically and technically speaking. A must see.
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  • For my part, I've seen expo "Rome 312". The price is actually high for what it represents, but it must take into account the originality of the approach. On the canvas itself, one can notice the lines of separation between the different panels, but I imagine that they could not do otherwise. Sound effects and music create a better immersion and a nice atmosphere. The concept of the night/day is pretty well thought... or almost. As soon as night falls, impossible to continue to read the explanatory plates that littered the Tower on each of its floors. It would suffice to retro - light plates to solve this small technical problem. The main disappointment is the fact of not having the opportunity to do a 360 on yourself in order to enjoy all of the canvas, the Tower designed large enough for there welcome a large number of visitors.
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  • A place that makes debate in the city for its intrusive appearance on the Seine, but once inside, the show is total. The expos are not as good one than others, but overall it is successful and above all unique of its kind in France. Even though the price may seem high, the experience is to try (Rouen 1431, remarkable!)
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  • For me super thank you to all the team who achieved to term thanks again for is good time
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  • Cheesy. I'm talking about "Rouen" 1431. For the same price I recommend the Historial Jeanne d'Arc, otherwise more captivating.
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  • A great place; an extraordinary revival. From there, we got a little dizzy but it's magic. In addition, one of the Museum is here to inform, guide you if necessary; It helped a lot to find us between the Rouen of the middle ages and the present quarters.
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