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vendredi 20 juin 2014

"Charlemagne - Pouvoir, art, trésors": 3 expositions à Aix-la-Chapelle

Du 20 juin au 21 septembre, Aix-la-Chapelle accueille 3 expositions à l'occasion du 1200° anniversaire de la mort de Charlemagne. Charlemagne est décédé à Aix-la-Chapelle le 28 janvier 814. Les expositions sont consacrées à la culture, au règne et à la vie à la cour de Charlemagne.

A bust of Charlemagne at the exhibition "Charlemagne: Power, Art, Treasures" (in German: "Karl der Grosse: Macht, Kunst, Schaetze") during the press day on June 18, 2014 in Aachen, Germany. The three-part exhibition is among the biggest events this year commemorating the 1200th anniversary of Charlemagne's death. Charlemagne, also called Charles the Great, was the first pan-western European emperor since the collapse of the Roman Empire and ruled over territories that include modern-day France, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, Holland and northern Italy.Dorestad Brooch (circa 800) at the exhibition "Charlemagne: Power, Art, Treasures" (in German: "Karl der Grosse: Macht, Kunst, Schaetze") during the press day on June 18, 2014 in Aachen, Germany. The three-part exhibition is among the biggest events this year commemorating the 1200th anniversary of Charlemagne's death. Charlemagne, also called Charles the Great, was the first pan-western European emperor since the collapse of the Roman Empire and ruled over territories that include modern-day France, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, Holland and northern Italy.The imperial crown is on display in the coronation room at city hall at the exhibition "Charlemagne: Power, Art, Treasures" (in German: "Karl der Grosse: Macht, Kunst, Schaetze") during the press day on June 18, 2014 in Aachen, Germany. The three-part exhibition is among the biggest events this year commemorating the 1200th anniversary of Charlemagne's death. Charlemagne, also called Charles the Great, was the first pan-western European emperor since the collapse of the Roman Empire and ruled over territories that include modern-day France, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, Holland and northern Italy.

http://www.zimbio.com/pictures/l7SYUjmQGAQ/Charlemagne+Exhibition+Press+Day

Plus d'informations sur les expositions:

http://www.aachen.de/fr/ts/visite_guid__es1/Visites_guid__es_pour_les_groupes/charlemagne/index.html

http://www.karldergrosse2014.de/pouvoir-art-tresors-lannee-charlemagne-2014-a-aix-la-chapelle-2/?lang=fr#more-1921

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