Musée Rude

Rue Vaillant
21000 - DIJON
Côte d'Or
Ph. +33 XX XX XX XX
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The old church of Saint-Etienne in Dijon, a building steeped in history, is today home to the Musée Rude. In the chancel and transept, you’ll see vast works by the Dijon sculptor on display. You’ll be able to admire the reproduction of a detail from La Marseillaise, the famous sculpture on the right foot of the l’Arc de Triomphe in Paris. At the same level as the foundations, you’ll also find the remains of the Roman fort.

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  • French

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  • Musée de France

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    Groups welcomed : yes

    Maximum size : 30

 

Last update : 15/01/2021

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