Pavillon d'Anne-de-Beaujeu

This remnant of the ducal palace was built around 1495 on the orders of Anne de Beaujeu (1462-1522). An Italianate façade precedes a gate tower whose arches are decorated with the initials of Pierre and Anne de Beaujeu, along with the Bourbon insignia: the belt of hope, the thistle and the stag beetle. Nowadays it houses the museum Anne-de-Beaujeu.

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Place du Col.-Laussédat

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