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Fondation Pierre Arnaud, Lens

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  • First time customers; a good news for all positions your ticket to the value of CHF 16 is given; simply present your card! If all images of Vallotton Ferdinand Hodler, in a context of zauber - and feeenhaften presented; within a beautiful environment. More than just an alternative to Martigny. Be sure to go!
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  • Museum open had not been how much if you are interested take a look at the Lake, which is located right next to the dining room on the ground floor, ideal for pre-theatre meals.
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  • Magnificent "Museum" offering temporary exhibitions on themes little explored. The size of the building allows either a fast in 30 min. or more thorough visit with l help audio guides. The works presented are often unknown and total adequacy with the themes. Only downside, the texts are too intellectual for my taste and don't gives not want d further. A detour by the superb restaurant coffee's worth, and it d eye from the terrace on the surrounding peaks. This museum has the great merit of not falling into the simplicity of the subjects and artists seen and reviewed. It offers a breath of fresh air in the world of exhibitions... thank you Mr. curator and continue in this way.
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