Le Cléry45370 - CLERY-SAINT-ANDRE
Small semi-detached house next to another property and a second rural gite coming soon. Shared courtyard at the front and privat...
Discover the life and work of the "Gars qu'a mal tourné". Gaston Couté (1880-1911) spent his entire childhood in Meung-sur-Loire at La Corne du Bois and the Moulin de Clan, before finding fame as the famous libertarian poet-singer of Montmartre hill. Literary history enthusiasts can follow the tour to discover a bibliophilic collection of rare and precious works by François Villon, Jehan de Meung and Alexandre Dumas, all of whom depicted Meung-sur-Loire in their work. Featuring amongst the incredible works are a book dating back to 1521 (the oldest in the collection) and a beautiful, colour, illustrated facsimile of Roman de la Rose, preserved in New York.
Musées de France, Municipal library
|Wednesday||-||14:30 - 18:30|
|Friday||-||14:30 - 18:30|
|Saturday||09:30 - 12:30||-|
|Sunday||-||15:00 - 18:00|
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