We were traveling with a history major so this was a must see on our tour of the area. It is a great lesson that History does often belong to the people who document it. Beyond that, the size of the tapestry, as well as, the meticulous needle point depictions are very impressive on an artistic level. If you are in the area, its worth the visit.
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