Following the Wars of Religion in the second half of the 16th century, Protestants from the kingdom of France, then known as Huguenots, fled persecution and found refuge abroad, particularly in North America. In New York, their influence was significant, and the city retains important traces of this immigration.
From June 9 to November 27, the new temporary exhibition at the Jeanne d´Albret Museum brings together two eminent figures in medicine.
From May 19 to December 2021: “Bread and wine” exhibition
See you on October 2-3-4, 2021 to celebrate 100 years of presence of the Free Faculty of Protestant Theology in Montpellier.