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  Solutré, Musée départemental de Préhistoire

The Solutré Museum presents the collections from one of the richest prehistoric sites in Europe. This was a hunting site used for for over 25,000 years by men of the Upper Paleolithic Age (from 35,000 to 10,000 B.C.), who came to hunt, dismember and smoke thousands of horses and reindeer. The Solutré archeological and botanical park, laid out on the archeological site, completes the visit to the museum. It lets you discover a wide variety of vegetable species that are characteristic of this area as well as the key results of the archeological digs.



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Museums in Paray-le-Monial     Museums about Paray-le-Monial  

PARAY LE MONIAL. Musée eucharistique du Hiéron.
Closed during the 1990s and taken over by the town of Paray-le-Monial since 2001, the museum underwent a total renovation handled by the architects Catherine Frenak et Béatrice Jullien, which was completed in September 2005.

 

Ciry-le-Noble, la Briqueterie
On the site of a former brickworks the Eco-Museum has been established, in cooperation with the Adult Further Education Association (AFPA) of Saône-et-Loire, a combined site and school where there is the intention to restore the buildings and machines. This programme that started in 1996 has facilitated a partial opening of the site to the public, which can find a full size factory with all its machinery and equipment.

Charolles, Espace René Davoine
In his workshop house there are 80 studies, models and sculptures, all along simple, pure lines. This is an atmosphere in which a visitor is invited to come in and discover an artist and his message.

Charolles, Musée du Prieuré
The Priory Museum offers a collection of Charolles pottery, pieces of exceptional craftsmanship alongside popular items of an advertising or religious nature. Some forty canvasses by Jean Laronze (1852-1937), a Burgundy landscape artist reflect the feeling of nobility and calm that the landscapes of Saône-et-Loire inspired in him. The Priory Chapel has since 2006 held the collection of sculptures by René Davoine (1888-1962).

Pierre-de-Bresse
Clamecy  
Château-Chinon  
Cosne-sur-Loire  
La Machine  
Saint-Amand-en-Puisaye  
Varzy  
Nevers  
Saint-Léger-sous-Beuvray  
La Charité-sur-Loire
Dijon  
Beaune  
Auxonne  
Alise-Sainte-Reine  
Châtillon-sur-Seine  
Rancy
Montbard  
Reulle-Vergy  
Saulieu  
Sens  
Avallon  
Auxerre  
Noyers  
Saint-Sauveur-en-Puisaye  
Vézelay  
Villeneuve-sur-Yonne  
Toucy  
Saint-Fargeau  
Paray-le-Monial  
Cluny  
Romanèche-Thorins  
Tournus  
Chalon-sur-Saône  
Autun  
Mâcon  
Blanzy  
Bourbon-Lancy  
Charolles  
Le Creusot  
Perrecy-les-Forges  
Montchanin  
Montceau-les-Mines  
Semur-en-Auxois
Cuisery  
Saint-Martin-en-Bresse  
Louhans  
Cuiseaux  
Saint-Germain-du-Bois  
Verdun-sur-le-Doubs  
Romenay  
Solutre
Matour  
Guérigny  
Joigny  
Dicy  
Nuits-Saint-Georges
Ciry-le-Noble
Ecuisses
Villiers-Saint-Benoit