It records the history of a city, the glory of a city is fully reflected here, and the very good exhibits can make this place more splendid.
Lausanne’s History Museum is located in Lausanne’s Cathedral, which houses hundreds of thousands of cultural relics, various cultural relics, about economy, transportation, art, and society.
Just next to the Notre-Dame Cathedral, a passerby pointed us a small road and passed through the sky bridge across the street. You can quickly understand the history of Lausanne after you have closed it. There are also many animal specimens, and students with students will be very suitable for increasing knowledge
The Lausanne History Museum is a medium-sized museum with a large collection of unearthed cultural relics from Europe, Egypt and Rome. Some exhibition halls are arranged as scenes of unearthed cultural relics, which is quite interesting.
Lausanne, the history museum, near Notre Dame cathedral, converted founded in the 15th century the bishop''s palace, decoration simple atmosphere, there are many cherished cultural relics collection, palo road square the bard of the statue of justice will keep on this. Lausanne, the museum has recorded the history of the ancient documents, the unearthed stone, and according to the 17th century city map of downtown was made by the dioramas, etc. In addition, the museum also is famous for its collection of ancient Greek religious ICONS. Lausanne, want in the shortest possible time to understand and even the state of the history, the history museum will be the best choice.
Adjacent to the church, the Lausanne History Museum (MuseeHistoriquedeLausanne) converted from the bishop's residence, I was the only spectator when I entered (CHF4, free with Swiss Pass). The bearded administrator was caring enough to open the light show of this Lausanne city model (the theme is historical changes) for me. Due to his good intentions, I had to watch it in my seat for 20 minutes. The collection of cultural relics was concentrated after the Middle Ages, mainly home furnishings and art collections at that time. Because of the lack of understanding of the background of the religious reform, I can only look at the general situation.
The location is next to the Notre Dame Cathedral, and the appearance is very inconspicuous. After entering, I found that there is a cave in the sky. Fortunately I did not miss it. The museum was rebuilt based on ancient buildings. The structure is intricate and complicated. If you are not careful, you will not find a way. When you go deep, there is no one. Except for historical relics, there are also great special photography exhibitions when I go there. In short, it is a place worth exploring.
Preston_Dominguez: place de la Cathedrale 4, Lausanne, VD 1005 Switzerland
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