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Summer 1914: Nancy and Lorraine in wartime

From February 15, 2014 to September 21, 2014
  • Renovated facade of Musée Lorrain (former entrance of the Palace of the Dukes of Lorraine)

    Renovated facade of Musée Lorrain (former entrance of the Palace of the Dukes of Lorraine)

    © wikimedia Commons/LOUIS54

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    This exhibition unpacks a key moment of the first worldwide conflict, the battles in the summer of 1914, and examines the Battle of Grand Couronné and the historical background to the start of the war in Lorraine.

    Contact

    Musée Lorrain
    64 Grande Rue
    54000 Nancy
    Tel: +33 (0)3 83 32 18 74

    The museum is open every day except Monday, from 10am to 12.30pm and from 2pm to 6pm.
    Exceptionally open on Easter Monday and Pentecost.
    Closed on 1st January, 1st May, 14 July, 1st November and 25 December.

    More information

    Admission fees and rates

    The entrance ticket is valid all day. Prices from:
    Global ticket (Palais des Cordeliers Church +): €5.50 / reduced *: €3.50

    • Ducal Palace: €4 / reduced *: €2.50
    • Church and Convent of the Cordeliers: €3.50 / reduced *: €2
    • Church of the Cordeliers only: €1.50 / reduced *: €1

    Concessions: students, aged 12 to 25, over 60 years, many familiesFree admission: 1st Sunday of the month for everyone under 12 on Wednesday

Things to see

Calendar

Point of interest

  • Georges Bertin Scott Scott de Plagnolles. En Alsace ! Photomechanical imprint. 1914. Inv. 2007.0.4118

    Georges Bertin Scott Scott de Plagnolles. En Alsace ! Photomechanical imprint. 1914. Inv. 2007.0.4118

    © Musée Lorrain. Nancy

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