Heritage Days near Rennes. Armored and initiation to the Morse Museum
© Archives Ouest-France A multi-role shielded vehicle Griffon, one of the last entry into the army park (here a copy of the 11th Rama) is presented this Weekend at the Transmissions Museum .. L'Espace Ferrié, the Museum of the Weapons of Transmissions in Cesson-Sévigné, near Rennes, is open this Saturday and Sunday, from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Guided tours, demonstrations and exhibition of two modern army vehicles are on the program.
© Ouest-France The Gallic furniture is visible until December 4, 2022, at the Museum of Brittany.
Four busts and a bucket dated between the 2nd and the 1st century BC have just been bought by the Museum of Brittany in Rennes (Ille-et-Vilaine). Exceptional works, discovered during archaeological excavations in Trémuson (Côtes-d'Armor), visible at the museum until Sunday December 4, 2022.
Discovered at Trémuson (Côtes-d'Armor) during excavations archaeological in 2019 led by The National Institute for Preventive Archaeological Research (INRAP), four busts and a bucket have just joined the collection of the Museum of Brittany in Rennes (Ille-et-Vilaine). An archaeological heritage acquired in particular thanks to the regional fund for the acquisitions of the museums of France and the heritage fund of the Ministry of Culture.
Tour de France. The 2023 edition will not go through any department of the West
© Photo: Franck Dubray / Ouest-France Le Tour de France in Brittany, in 2018. for a second year in a row, the Tour de France will borrow No route in Brittany, Normandy or the Pays de la Loire next summer in 2023. The route should a priori focus on the South West, the center and eastern France. The Tour de France will not stop in the west of France in the summer of 2023. Neither in Brittany, nor in Pays de la Loire, nor in Normandy.
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exhibited as part of the exhibition "Celtic?" alongside four other sculptures discovered in Paule (Côtes-d'Armor) in 1988, these pieces are "exceptional by their rarity" , says Manon Six, exhibition commissioner. "There are only around thirty works of this known type, including 13 in Brittany. And only the eight presented today are a preserved environment.
dated between the 2nd and the 1st century BC, the first of the sculptures represents a bearded man, carrying around the neck a torque (collar), "sign of wealth" . More sober, the other three statuettes recall the mortuary masks. " Archaeologists think that these are representations of deceased, from the aristocracy of the time" , adds Manon Six. The particularly well preserved wooden bucket, circled with metal, was to serve to serve wine. Another sign of opulence.
Museum Barberini opens again after attack on Monet picture
a week after the porridge attack by climate activists against the painting “CtreidSchober” by Claude Monet, the Museum Barberini in Potsdam. Today, visitors are allowed to go back to the house that had been closed because of the interference campaign. With the loans for the current surrealism exhibition, the security measures were then advised. © Soeren Stache/dpa The Potsdam Museum Barberini on the Old Market. The Museum Barberini announced on the weekend that security increased.
© Ouest-France The bucket was found in a well in the Trémuson sector.
This exceptional archaeological heritage is still visible at the Museum of Brittany, until December 4. Then the statuettes and the seal should most certainly be presented in the museum's permanent journey. And why not a little trip to the Museum of Art and History of Saint-Brieuc, not far from where they were discovered?
Map. Street-art, climbing and sciences: seven stages for a family walk in Rennes .
© ARCHIVES OUEST-FRANCE A 900 m² wall on Boulevard Colombier, in Rennes, was invested by artists. The Tour of Carrousel and the gourmet passage by the stores of rue Vasselot are among the essential stages for a family walk in Rennes. But it is also an opportunity to take an interest in art in the streets and the museum, and why not do a little climbing ... "Voyages to the west" takes you for a seven stages. © Archives Ouest-France L’Espace Sciences des Champs Libres, in Rennes.