Known as Sars in the 12th century, this town's name was transformed in the 18th century, following the birth of the stoneware pottery industry, to Sars-Poteries. In the early 19th century the glass-making industry took hold, reaching its peak at the end of the 19th century with two glassworks. Only one remains, the Chateau Imbert, which is now known as the Museum-Workshop of Glassmaking. Other points of interest include the mesolithic "Dessus Bise" stone and the Sars-Poteries windmill, preserved with all of its machinery intact.
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