Housed in the old Bishop's Palace, the museum offers an interesting diversion for an hour or two.
The collection includes Egyptian relics, remains from the Roman and Medieval history of the city, a comprehensive overview of enamelling with which the city is synonymous, and some interesting art works.
Most interesting for me were the paintings by Suzanne Valadon, an artist born near Limoges with a fascinating history as both model and artist.
Well worth a visit, as are the terraced gardens which stretch from the palace down to the banks of the Vienne River.
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