Study in France - ROCKHURST UNIVERSITY
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The building presently housing the National Museum of the Middle Ages is a jewel in and of itself, a medieval mansion dating from 1485-98.  Sometimes called the Cluny museum, its name comes from Pierre de Chalus, Abbot of Cluny, who first bought the ruins in 1330.

The building presently housing the National Museum of the Middle Ages is a jewel in and of itself, a medieval mansion dating from 1485-98. Sometimes called the Cluny museum, its name comes from Pierre de Chalus, Abbot of Cluny, who first bought the ruins in 1330.