St Valentine and Full moon evening at Monts - Chevreuils - La Lécherette

By the light of the full moon, make the return trek to a mountain hut on snowshoes or cross-country skis to discover an enchanting and serene spot which will take your breath away. A la carte menu (cheese dishes, spaghettis or traditional local plates). Bookings only. Why wait ? Sign up now for a... more

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Currencies - Exchange, Power and Wealth

This exhibition shows the many different forms that currency can take in a variety of sub-Saharan African cultures, Southeast Asia and Oceania. It... more

Currencies - Exchange, Power and Wealth

St Valentine and Full moon evening at Monts - Chevreuils - La Lécherette

By the light of the full moon, make the return trek to a mountain hut on snowshoes or cross-country skis to discover an enchanting and serene spot which will take your breath away. A la carte menu (cheese dishes, spaghettis or traditional local plates). Bookings only. Why wait ? Sign up now for a unique evening accompanied by your loved ones.

By the light of the full moon, make the return trek to a mountain hut on snowshoes or cross-country skis to discover an enchanting and serene spot which will take your breath away. A la carte menu (cheese dishes, spaghettis or traditional local plates). Bookings only. Why wait ? Sign up now for a unique evening accompanied by your loved ones.

Currencies - Exchange, Power and Wealth

This exhibition shows the many different forms that currency can take in a variety of sub-Saharan African cultures, Southeast Asia and Oceania. It features metal tools and weapons, wooden and basket-woven shields, textiles and jewellery decorated with materials considered precious (shells, feathers, amber, pearls). Diverted from their primary function, these objects become trading instruments and take on a symbolic, sociopolitical and religious character.

This exhibition shows the many different forms that currency can take in a variety of sub-Saharan African cultures, Southeast Asia and Oceania. It features metal tools and weapons, wooden and basket-woven shields, textiles and jewellery decorated with materials considered precious (shells, feathers, amber, pearls). Diverted from their primary function, these objects become trading instruments and take on a symbolic, sociopolitical and religious character.

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