A building that is particularly well conserved from the second half of the 12th century, the Nemours chateau has escaped several demolition projects.
Welcome to the landscape painter’s village at the edge of the Fontainebleau forest.
This charming village between fields and forest was...Read more
Open to the public since 1981, the museum shows the prehistory of the Paris region in a building by the architect Roland Simounet.Opening up onto...Read more
Ran through by the Loing, Grez sur Loing is a beautiful flowered village which has managed to preserve its charm and heritage.
This mediaeval town on the banks of the Loing is a charming little provincial town. This site bears witness to a long past from prehistoric times to the...Read more
Legend has it that the City of Coulommiers takes its name from Julius Caesar himself.The latter is said to have named the small Gallic village seen...Read more
This village, known as the Venice of the Brie (Venise de la Brie), has retained its own character, based on a distinctively structured street plan inherited...Read more
On a hill immediately west of the factory area is a graveyard with a total of 45 visible grave sites. The cemetery is the grave of the appearance that...Read more
Country Church welcomes visitors with warm soft colors. For private devotion, it is little Mary Chapel in the north transept a secluded and quiet place....Read more
Sturegatan is a street in central Stockholm, with the route from Stureplan to Valhallaroad where it turns into Lidingövägen. The...Read more