François Duesberg museum (Mons)

  • Musée François Duesberg
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Located in the former premises of the National Bank of Belgium, opposite the Sainte-Waudru collegiate church, this museum offers a fascinating insight in the life of French society from the reign of Louis XVI to the Restoration. Dedicated to decorative art, its collections feature quite unusual, if not rare, pieces.

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... Its prestigious collection of exotic pendulums (1795-1815) unique in the world, exceptional French gilt bronzes, superb porcelains, earthenware, goldsmiths, engravings and jewellery (which includes a precious set of cameos).

The museum also retraces the Napoleonic saga and the famous military man's great discoveries.




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