Built in the first half of the 1th century, the Spanish House is one of the last half-timbered houses in Revin.
Relive the life of a Revinoise family in the 1920s and discover the foundry trade.
Resting on a stone base, its cob and brick walls are adorned with half-timbering and corbels. Everything suggests that it was the home of a well-to-do merchant. As for the origin of its name, it is undoubtedly a memory of the Spanish occupation suffered by Revin, whose neutrality has been once violated both by the troops of the Kingdom of France and by those of the Empire. Listed on the ISMH list (Supplementary Inventory of Historic Monuments), this building is now a local heritage museum. Three floors dedicated to exhibitions:* On the ground floor: Revinois interiors from the 1920s-1930s.* On the 1st floor: Temporary exhibitions related to Revin, the Meuse valley and the Ardennes.* On the 2nd floor: The world of foundry : important industrial activity which made the reputation of the city of Revin. Discover its history during a guided tour.
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