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The townhouse - ©JM Campaner / CC-BY-SA The townhouse - ©JM Campaner / CC-BY-SA

A house on the place des Prêcheurs Raised in 1765 for Honoré d’Agut, councillor in Aix Parliament, this city house is located on the place des Prêcheurs. On the façade, look at that: 2 caryatids but...

The Renaissance loggia - ©Véronique PAGNIER / CC-BY-SA The Renaissance loggia - ©Véronique PAGNIER / CC-BY-SA

Lourmarin’s wolves Raised on medieval foundations, the castle was built by Foulques d’Agoult in 1495. In 1526, Louis d’Agoult extended it with an austere main building flanks by a round tower, later...

The parvis' plaque - ©Havang(nl) / CC0 The parvis' plaque - ©Havang(nl) / CC0

One wedding for our Maid Since we’re in Lorraine, let’s talk about Joan of Arc. Hey, what’s the link with Saint-Etienne cathedral in Toul? Because her fiancé brought her before a court! Look: a...

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In 1163, bishop of Paris Maurice de Sully laid down the first stone of a brand new building which replaced the old cathedral Saint-Etienne raised in the 6th century. After cathedrals of Noyon and...

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Lancelot and the vie de château Lancelot turned up Next to Orléans, let’s enter in the castle of Chamerolles! The primitive fortress was raised in the 12th century. Then, it fell to several owners...

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