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Musee du Protestantisme Dauphinois

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Down memory lane

I hadn't been in this place for 10 years but I visited it twice this summer for a memorable concert... read more

Reviewed 2 September 2016
Paris, France
Fascinating insight into the religious struggles

A very enjoyable and informative insight into the struggles of Protestants had in this part of... read more

Reviewed 7 October 2014
Horsham, United Kingdom
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12 Oct 2016
“excellent presentation”
2 Sep 2016
“Down memory lane”
The Museum of Dauphinois Protestantism in the temple in Le Poet-Laval (one of the few early protestant temples that survived the 'revocation of the Edict of Nantes' which removed protestant rights in France) has artefacts looking at the historic...more
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25 rue de l Ancien Temple, 26160 Le Poet-Laval, France
+33 4 75 46 46 33
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Reviewed 12 October 2016

we went because we were interested in learning more about the history of protestantisme in the area and were pleased to find that their presentation of history was more expansive and included much insight into later periods and the various resistance movements

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Reviewed 2 September 2016

I hadn't been in this place for 10 years but I visited it twice this summer for a memorable concert with two powerful Chinese artists and their fantastic accompanist which enabled me to see a room of the museum I didn't know;On my second trip,I...More

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Reviewed 8 July 2016 via mobile

Great host who spent time with us to explain the history due to most of the facility being in French. He provided great books in English to accompany our visit. Small museum but worth the visit.

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Reviewed 18 October 2014

Protestant history weaves a tenuous and gripping hold generally, but never as strongly and chillingly, as here, on the very northern limits of Provence, on a wooded hillside of the Poet mountain in the Drone. It stands as picturesque as its name, surrounded by a...More

Thank Eli B
Reviewed 7 October 2014

A very enjoyable and informative insight into the struggles of Protestants had in this part of France. One of the very remaining Protestant churches from this period

Thank 26CCG
Reviewed 28 April 2014

In this magical village, discover one of the two last historical protestant church in France. All the other have been destroyed after "Edit de Nantes" revocation in 1685. In this little place, you can imagine how the congregation gathered and listened to the pastors preach....More

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Reviewed 30 July 2013

It was interesting to learn about this early protestant movement (which I had never heard about). Unfortunately, everything was in French.

Thank Dag L
Alberto N, Responsable relations publiques at Musee du Protestantisme Dauphinois, responded to this reviewResponded 1 August 2013

A quite complete presentation of the Museum is available in several languages. It should have ben proposed at the counter to you. Sorry about that.

Reviewed 4 July 2012

If you have a protestant back ground and you are interested in history this is a place to start. There is now a sort of walkway established which shows the plight of the Huguenots. Some of the names are in a register.

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