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  • 1 St Martin's Collegiate Church, Brive-la-Gaillarde Interesting

    Religious buildings

    place Charles-de-Gaulle F - 19100 Brive-la-Gaillarde

    The transept square of this collegiate (founded in the 12th C) is covered with an octogonal cup on flat Limousin-style pendentives. Lovely historiated capitals and a crypt where the remains of former churches have been stored, including the original ..

  • 2 Hôtel de Labenche Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    bd Ferry F - 19100 Brive-la-Gaillarde

    Built in 1540 by Jean II de Calvimont, Lord of Labenche, guardian of the seal and clerk to the King, this is a superb example of Toulouse Renaissance building. Two main buildings at right angles support, in the inner courtyard, a series of arcades. T..

  • 3 Hôtel Desbruslys

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    r. Raynal F - 19100 Brive-la-Gaillarde

    This dwelling stands on the corner of Rue du Salan and was built in the 18C.

  • 4 Logis de l'abbesse des Clarisses

    Religious buildings

    bd Ferry F - 19100 Brive-la-Gaillarde

    Dormers with semicircular pediments decorated with balls make this Louis XIII house stand out.

  • 5 Edmond-Michelet Museum

    Museums and art

    4 rue Champanatier F - 19100 Brive-la-Gaillarde

    Paintings, photos, posters and documents chart the history of the Resistance and deportations. There are several documents relating to the camp at Dachau, where Edmond Michelet, former member of parliament for the Corrèze and minister of the Fifth Re..

  • 6 Halle Georges-Brassens

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    pl. du 14-Juillet F - 19100 Brive-la-Gaillarde

    People from Brive are not bitter and they hold their market in a hall named after the man who described a Homeric Hecatomb. It is true that the Sétois troubadour did a lot for the town's reputation.

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