This stone and brick building was built by the royal architect: Jules-Hardouin Mansart. It originally housed the convent of the teaching sisters of the Notre-Dame congregation.
At the height of its operation, the convent welcomed two hundred to three hundred boarders, in addition to seventy nuns.
During the French Revolution, the hotel-Dieu is transferred there, the hospital will remain there until 1977.
In 1985, the town hall moved into the buildings.
Some architectural elements recall the first function of the building:
- pinnacle at the top of the slate roof
- attic with a chestnut wood frame occupied from 1791 to 1977 by the hospital
- Chapel transformed into a wedding hall
(Registered in the supplementary inventory of historical monuments 1926)
Every day throughout the year.
Closed on Sunday.
Closed exceptionally on January 1st, Easter Monday, Feast of the Ascension, Whit Monday, May 1st, May 8th, July 14th, August 15th, November 1st, November 11th and December 25th.
Office de Tourisme du Pays de Nemours - 22/09/2021
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