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India - Land of games

India is a mysterious and fascinating country. Did you know that it is also called the " cradle of games "? This workshop will help you to discover why this name has been attributed... You will have the opportunity to learn about Pachisi, about Bagh Chal or about Param Pada Sopanam. Under these very exotic names are hidden simple and well known games.

This workshop is adapted to children as well as adults who wish to discover a distant country in a original way - through its games.

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Jennifer Genovese

Swiss Museum of Games
Au château
CH-1814 La Tour-de-Peilz

T. +41 21 977 23 03
F. +41 21 977 23 07

j.genovese@museedujeu.ch

 
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OPEN

TUE-SUN, 11:00 - 17:30

Open on :
- Easter Monday 17.4.2017
- Ascension Day 25.5.2017
- Whit Monday 5.6.2017
- "Jeûne Fédéral" 18.9.2017
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