The former Bénédictine couvent, Lyons-la-Forêt F27

by Olga Helys June. 09, 2021 85 views

Built in bricks, chalk, flint in the 12th century, its façade was on the ramparts of the village. This building was the king Charles IX's hunting lodge. In the 16th century, it became the benedictine couvent. Nowadays, it is a primary school.

by © Hei Li, Helys Photos

by © Hei Li, Helys Photos

by © Hei Li, Helys Photos

by © Hei Li, Helys Photos

by © Hei Li, Helys Photos

by © Hei Li, Helys Photos

by © Hei Li, Helys Photos

by © Hei Li, Helys Photos

by © Hei Li, Helys Photos

by © Hei Li, Helys Photos

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Thomas Thompson 3 months, 1 week ago

Wonderful captures and good history, the buildings back then were built to last

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Olga Helys Replied to Thomas Thompson 3 months, 1 week ago

oh, they are really solid and the repairs are also effective.
thank you Thomas

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