Angouleme has some beautiful mansions recalling the splendor of the past, like this house, built in the first third of the 16th century. The facade, decorated with pilasters, decorated attic windows and richly carved geometric motives, shells and characters dressed in antique is the best representation of the first French Renaissance in Angouleme. This building was owned by the family Saint-Simon-Montbléru, younger branch of the Duke Saint-Simon family, who described in his memories the lifestyle under Louis XIV.
Site et monument historique
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Prestations spécifiques Enfants
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