Where Is The Bayeux Tapestry Kept?


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Evelyn Vaz answered
The Bayeux Tapestry, an evidence of middle age Britain, is currently placed at the museum in Bayeux, Normandy, France. The Centre Guillaume le Conquerant ("The William the Conqueror Centre") is where the tapestry is placed. The needle work on the tapestry suggests that it was made in England, even though the tale is told from the Norman vision.

The Overlord embroidery is now placed at Portsmouth. In 1886, a full size facsimile was finished. The Museum of Reading in Reading, Berkshire, England now exhibits this replica. However, today these tapestry images are available on most of the internet pages.

One of the most well-known scenes in the tapestry is the death of Harold at the Battle of Hastings. The Tapestry gives out a lot of information on the early Norman life.
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Anonymous answered
In a roman place

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