Musée amérindien et inuit
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Musée amérindien et inuit 

134, chemin Pascal-Comeau
Godbout (Qc), Canada
G0H 1G0
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Musée amérindien et inuit - Côte-Nord
This museum’s private collection will introduce you to Aboriginal and Inuit art. This historic building was the firts post office in the village of Godbout. Here you can also find out how a traditional bread oven works, and sample bannock when the first batch is baked daily. Pottery and painting workshops are also available upon request.

134, chemin Pascal-Comeau
Godbout (Qc), Canada
G0H 1G0

 
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