Musée du Breuil

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Between 1984 and 1986, a veritable goldmine of Gallo-Roman remains were recovered in Bourbon Lancy, giving rise to the establishment of the Musée du Breuil. In addition to various terracotta moulds, excavators found, in particular, numerous small statues. Come and view this amazing collection of busts – women, divinities and unusual representations of animals.

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Last update : 03/09/2018


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