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Musée Saint-Vic

Saint Amand-Montrond | Beaux-Arts - Ethnologie - Histoire
Free Admission
The City Museum was founded in the early twentieth century by Théogène Chavaillon. The name Saint-Vic is given with reference to St. Vitus.

Alternately town house commendatory abbots Noirlac nunnery, prison, this building, nestled on the border of a beautiful garden, combines the collections of the Museum of Saint-Amand-Montrond since 1938. The book of Saint-Amand -Montrond leaf is here from the Palaeolithic to the Second World War, through the Gallo-Roman era, the eleventh, twelfth, fifteenth centuries and popular traditions. The tour allows you to discover some rare pieces illustrating the rich history of this part of Berry.

The Holy Vic Museum is the museum St. Amand-thought to accommodate the new artistic productions, while preserving the tradition of identity museum, which remains the anchor of local cultural associations.

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  • Name: Musée Saint-Vic
  • Address: Cours Manuel - 18200 - Saint Amand-Montrond - France
  • Phone: (33) 02 48 96 55 20


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