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Musée d'Aquitaine

Museum of Aquitaine
Musée d'Aquitaine is located in Bordeaux
Musée d'Aquitaine
Location within Bordeaux
Established 1963
Location 20 cours Pasteur
33000 Bordeaux France
Coordinates
Visitors 111,919 (2003)
88,738 (2004)
99,880 (2005)
101,897 (2006)
93,661 (2007)[1]
Website Official site

The Museum of Aquitaine (French: Musée d'Aquitaine) is a collection of objects and documents from the history of Bordeaux and Aquitane.

Location

In the center of Bordeaux, close to Tour Pey-Berland and St. Andrew's Cathedral, the museum is accessible by line B of the tramway de Bordeaux from station Musée d'Aquitaine.

Collections

References

  1. ^ Veille Info Tourisme, p.107


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