In 1768, kaolin, an essential clay to obtain ceramics comparable to Chinese porcelain, was discovered near Limoges. Whiteness, delicacy, and translucence of the porcelain, as well as the diversity of... Further information
Children, families, senior citizens or anyone who wishes to look around the town without getting tired, the little tourist train is there for you. Further information
Limoges propose a large range of museums : porcelain, fine arts, enamel, History... Further information
Arts of fire deeply mark the city’s identity, at the crossroads of artistic creation and industrial innovation. Raise your eyes because in Limoges porcelain appears on the façades of wealthy...