The Tournus Hôtel Dieu historic hospital, built between the 17th and 19th centuries and classified a historical landmark, has preserved all of its former rooms (three patient wards and two chapels), presented with their original furnishings: enclosed wood beds, dishes, silver and pottery. It also houses a well-endowed apothecary, complete with Nevers and Dijon-style ceramics and hand-blown flasks. A wing of the Hôtel Dieu building houses the Greuze Museum.
See as well : Hôtel-Dieu-Musée Greuze
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