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Musee Nostradamus, Salon-de-Provence

(1.9/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
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  • It's not a very exciting Museum, it scrolls the guard your room numbered room, in a simplistic static setting, the games of lights pathetic and incomprehensible comments. It's hard to see the thread on the life of this great man. We found no great interest, it is the general opinion of our group of 12 people.
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  • Museum, the tour is fluid. However, it lacks a bit of modernity which will make the visit more attractive. We know Nostradamus especially for his prophecies, here we talk about very little, on the end of the visit.
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  • Visit sound 40 minutes Recalling the different moments of the life of Nostradamus. On three floors, we discover in classrooms of the scenes showing specific moments of his career. Amazing models of truth, light and sound, we enter the intimacy of Michel de Notredame and his time, often harsh. The comments are far too searched and often difficult to understand, especially if you don't necessarily know by heart intrigues that is tied to the Court, under Catherine de Medici and the name of all the philosophers informed in the sixteenth century. As someone before me, "you get lost a little".
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  • Dá para se ter uma ideia do que fez este homem é como viveu na sua época.Vale uma visita.
  • We love it. For those who like Nostradamus, it is wonderful to know where he lived and wrote their centuries. The House is very well and very interesting explanations.
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  • An explanation in 10 scenes of the life of nostradamus. A little too simplistic with an outdated staging.
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  • The House is nice but the story that is is not your understandable on the other hand the fact that the visit is free the first Sunday of each month is an advantage!
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  • Rooms with dolls and audio. A story without too much sense. At least this in Spanish
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