Moulin Rimbaud?

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Poetry is one of the pillars of the town’s cultural policy.

There’s a new museum in the old town of Charleville-Mézières, France dedicated to Arthur Rimbaud, one of the country’s most celebrated poets. The coolest part? It’s in an old mill. “The town’s aim was to combine objects telling the story of Rimbaud’s short life and his literary legacy in one space but also to demonstrate his influence on artists in words, images, sound, shapes and colours,” RFI reported.


Stephanie Bento is a writer, classical cellist, and photographer living in Washington, DC. In her writing, she is interested in exploring the musicality of sound and form, and our connection to time and place. Find out more about her creative work at saudadebelle.com, or say hello/bonjour on Twitter @saudadebelle. More from this author →