The village of jouques
History - Sciences - Technology - Du 1er janvier au 31 décembre
La visite comprend un aperçu historique du village, une reconnaissance des lieux où ont vécus quelques personnages qui ont marqué l'histoire du bourg depuis ses origines vers le Xème siècle.
Selon les circonstances possibilité de visiter également le musée, les silos à grains du Moyen-Age, l'église St-Pierre, la chapelle de la Roque...
Musée de Jouques
76 rue Grande 13490 Jouques
Lieu de départ de la visite : musée rural d'histoire locale de Jouques
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OrganiserMusée de Jouques
1 to 2hrs
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