Limoges, the ancient capital of Limousin in west-central France, is world famous for its exquisite porcelain and enamel production, a medieval industry revived in the 19th century and still going strong today. The Evêché municipal museum ? Enamel Museum are reminders of how the arts of fire have existed here for over 1,000 years. Limoges is a city in harmony with its surrounding countryside. It has a splendid cultural heritage: monuments and Medieval bell towers spires, half-timbered structures.