Maison des Galvachers

Place Jules Basdevant
71550 - ANOST
Saône-et-Loire
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Less than a century ago, the comings and goings of carters and cattlemen were a familiar feature of local Morvan life. La Maison des Galvaches in Anost, an ecomuseum dedicated to popular traditions, attempts to recreate the nomadic lives of these men, experts in driving draft cattle. Retrace their steps using illustrations and objects from the past detailing their everyday life and expertise.

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  • English

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    Groups welcomed : yes

    Minimum size : 20

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- AUTUN

 

Last update : 03/05/2018

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