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Mâcon, Musée des Ursulines
Sito in un edificio del XVII secolo, il museo delle Orsoline sviluppa collezioni regionali in ambito archeologico ed etnografico. La sezione Belle Arti è particolarmente ricca di dipinti dal XVI al XX secolo.

Vedere cronologia

Attualmente al museo
Le musée retrouvé : la collection Guichard - Girard, des réserves à Joconde

Principali collezioni

Vedere galleria
Set in a 17th century building, the museum of the Ursulines develops regional archeology and ethnography collections. The Fine Arts section is particularly rich in paintings from the 16th to the 20th century.

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Base di conoscenza
Per scoprire le collezioni nazionali, potete accedere ai database del Ministero della Cultura:

Base"Joconde" (Gioconda)
Musée des Ursulines
5, rue des Ursulines
71000 Mâcon

tel.: 03 85 39 90 38
fax: 03 85 38 20 60


library - lecture hall - multimedia equipment - shop - toilets
Open every day (except Monday all day and Sunday mornings) from 10am to 12 noon and from 2pm to 6pm.

Diritti di ingresso
Full price: 2.50 euros
Entry twinned with another site: 3.40 euros

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Inoltre, al museo

The museum's library has a large collection of works of art resulting from exchanges between museums and acquisitions. It is open 10am - 12 noon and 2pm - 5pm by appointment.
There is a shop at the museum's entrance. Publications of the Mâcon museums are available, as well as a range of items about Burgundy. The museums also have a beautiful chess set found in a motte from the year 1000 in Loisy, as well as moulds of the most beautiful Gallic-Roman pieces.