Exposition “De la place Royale à la place de la République”

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From Place Royale to Place de la République, four centuries of Caen history (1575-1975)" exhibition
In 2021, the Calvados archaeology department excavated the ruins of Caen?s former town hall, then located on Place de la République, which had been destroyed by bombing in the summer of 1944. Based on the results of this excavation, the exhibition invites you to discover the metamorphoses of this Caen district over time.
Exhibition produced in partnership with the Calvados Archaeology Service. As part of the 80th anniversary of the liberation of Caen.around the exhibition: guided tours of the exhibitionfamily activity "Place à la maquette!"play areaillustrated gazetteoutside the walls: guided tours of Place de la République
Free highlights:opening weekends - June 1 and 2European Archaeology Days - June 14, 15 and 16European Heritage Days - September 21 and 22first weekend of each monthAccessibility:descriptive and tactile tours adapted for the visually impaired: thursday, July 18 at 3pm (booking required)guided tour accessible in lip reading and translated into French sign language: Thursday, August 22 at 3pm (booking required)tour guide FALCexemption from admission fee granted to holders of a mobility inclusion card (CMI) and an accompanying person if specified on the card
See the full program on the Musée de Normandie website.


From Saturday 01 June to Sunday 03 November
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