Ferdinand Cheval (1836 – 19 August 1924) was a French postman who spent thirty-three years of his life building Le Palais idéal (the "Ideal Palace") in Hauterives.
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The Isère (pronounced: [i.zɛʁ]) is a river in the Rhône-Alpes region of southeastern France. Its source, a glacier known as the Sources de l'Isère, lies in the Vanoise National Park in the Graian Alps of Savoie, near the ski resort Val d'Isère on th…
The Collège Cévenol—now known as Le Collège-Lycée Cévenol International—is a unique and historic international secondary school located in Le Chambon-sur-Lignon, in the département of Haute-Loire, France. It enrolls day students from the local area,…
The Port Revel Shiphandling Training Centre is a French maritime pilotage school that trains pilots, masters, and officers on large ships like supertankers, container ships, LNG carriers and cruise ships . The facility uses manned models at a 1:25 s…
Triors Abbey (Abbaye Notre-Dame de Triors) is a Benedictine monastery situated at Châtillon-Saint-Jean in the Drôme, Rhône-Alpes, France.
The Pont Grand is a stone bridge connecting Tournon-sur-Rhône to Saint-Jean-de-Muzols, in Ardèche, France, built between 1379 and 1583. The bridge features a single, semi-circular arch over the river Doux with a span of 49.20 m.
The Château d'Albon is a ruined castle in the commune of Albon in the Drôme département of France.
The Galaure (French: la Galaure) is a 56.2 km (34.9 mi) long river in the Isère and Drôme départements, southeastern France. Its source is in Roybon. It flows generally west-southwest.
The Château de l'Arthaudière is a castle, later converted into a château , in the commune of Saint-Bonnet-de-Chavagne in the Isère département of France. It was the former seigniory of the Arthauds and of the La Porte.