Les Fours à Plâtre

Les Amis du Vieux Berzé Rue de Cluny
71960 - BERZE-LA-VILLE
Saône-et-Loire
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At Berzé-la-Ville, come and discover the gypsum quarries  ! They ceased operations at the end of the XIX century but their remains can still be visited. You will discover nine plaster ovens, the plaster works and the administrative building. A guided visit takes around an hour (compulsory registration 15 days in advance).

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  • French

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    Groups welcomed : yes

    Minimum size : 10

    Maximum size : 25

 

Last update : 16/12/2016

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