The Collaire bread oven was built around 1435. This is where the bread was baked for the Troistorrents church congregation, especially during the feast of the Pentecost. Today a private association is in the process of restoring this historic building.
Get a glimpse into our region’s fascinating history with a guided tour of this meticulously reconstructed water mill.
Milk the cows, feed the calves, scatter grain for the chickens and participate in the daily tasks of an authentic alpine farm.
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The Propéraz community bread oven, built in 1663, was used several times a year to bake large batches of bread for local inhabitants and passing guests.
During the visit you will discover the miller’s house, his living environment and the museum of antique tools. Several exhibitions about hemp and it’s uses, as well as wood and the timber industry are offered to visitors.
Jean-Denis Perrin and his son Hugues are some of the last traditional bell-founders in Switzerland. In their workshop, they have twenty different molds in which more than 9 generations have poured their metal alloy, made from a secret, ancestral recipe.
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