The Abéché museum is open every morning. It has a small collection of traditional objects used by nomads: leather bags, décoratives decorative ornaments, gudhân ensemble (black wood dishes used for the drawing of the ball), basketry storage chests, pottery jars, reins and horse and camel ornaments… A room is also devoted to the Site site, with an array of the généalogie genealogy, photographs of their palaces, some imported bricks… the realization of traditional carpets of goat hairs, the woollen, wiring and weaving of cotton (with a échantillon sample, these cotonnade bands of cm wide, used once used as a de) currency of exchange, of dowry or of the price of allegiance, because it then carried out unbreakable clothing). A final panel describes the boundaries of the former tata, that is, the sultan's palace and dependencies.
The visit is free, but you can always leave something for your guide.
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