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VISIT-WORKSHOP "UN MÉDAILLON ANTIQUE AUTOUR DU COU" (AN ANTIQUE MEDALLION AROUND THE NECK)

Cultural
25July2024
At22August2024
June 15_ Roman medallion workshop
Free admission
Ideal with children

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📍 Ruscino Oppidum - Rémy Marichal archaeological center

Like a Roman potter, come and shape the clay into your own decorative medallion, inspired by ancient motifs found on the Ruscino site. Once the workshop is over, you'll be able to take your creation home with you!

Workshop offered by the Ville d'art et d'histoire department.

Every Thursday at 11:00 am - July 11 to August 29.

Ages 6 and up, accompanied by an adult.
Free, places limited.

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Opening hours & days
  • Every Thursday from July 25, 2024 to August 22, 2024 from 11:00 to 12:30

VISIT-WORKSHOP "UN MÉDAILLON ANTIQUE AUTOUR DU COU" (AN ANTIQUE MEDALLION AROUND THE NECK)

Chemin de Ruscino 66000 PERPIGNAN
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