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Limoges – the city of fire arts. The metropolis in the north-west of the central massif and in the south-west of France, which has been famous for centuries for its porcelain and enamel production, but also for its stained glass. Even today, the porcelain and enamel factories, which flourished in the 19th century, still dominate the economy of Limoges. And as far as glass painting is concerned, Francis Chigot, who founded the Vitrail studio, which is now a cooperative, is regarded as the unsurpassed master in 1907. Its glass windows can be seen in Limoges railway station, the Church of Sacré-Coeur and the pavilion du Verdurier.
But of course, Limoges, the capital of the Haute-Vienne Départment and the Limousin Region, which has around 140,000 inhabitants, has much more to offer – namely, a range of attractions, recreation facilities and cultural attractions.
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