Museum of popular arts and traditions

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To enter the Museum of the Popular Arts and Traditions, it is likt to open a window on bygone days. Let you invade by this past and discover the life of our forefathers.
Settled in a former traditional "picarde" farm in central yard of 1890, the museum reconstitutes with accuracy the scenes of life of formerly by means of characters congealed in their decoration.
So, be not amazed to find yourselves in a classroom of the interwar period and until the weaver finishes his material and until the farmer prepares the meal, the tavern will know how to quench your thirst of authenticity.

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