The Bayeux Tapestry

Published the 07/10/2015
Each year visitors from around the world come to the museum to admire this key work of the Middle Ages. Listed “World Heritage” by UNESCO, the 70 metres long Tapestry recounts the Conquest of England by William, Duke of Normandy.

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