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From July to September, to mark the finalisation of its landscaping strategy, Agglopolys is holding a series of discovery walks designed to help inhabitants make sense of the landscapes that form the background to their everyday lives.
The exhibition, which bears the Loire Valley World Heritage label, is the first event in the “Loire des Lumières” programme. It illustrates the historical links that united the Antilles and Anjou from the 17th to the 19th century. Housed in Sainte-Barbe des Mines Chapel in Chalonnes-sur-Loire from 10 May to 30 October 2014, it invites visitors – local inhabitants, school groups and national tourists alike – to reacquaint themselves with the history of these two regions, separated by the Atlantic Ocean but linked by a shared past.
On Sunday 21 September, Tours will be hosting the 1st edition of the “Touraine Loire Valley Marathon” in addition to the usual 10- and 20-km itineraries. The aim of its organisers, La Nouvelle République in partnership with Indre-et-Loire General Council and numerous other private and public partners, is to create an unmissable rendezvous among the most popular French Marathons.
Since October 2013, INRAP archaeologists have been carrying out digs upstream of the project for reconversion of the Vienne district’s psychiatric hospital on the left bank of the Loire in Blois. The excavations, which cover an area of almost 12,000 m² and which were ordered by the State (DRAC Centre), are the first to be undertaken to the south of the Loire in Blois.
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Discovery walks of Blois-Agglopolys’ landscapes

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30 years of the Loire Public Establishment

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2014 call for projects: "Innovative cultural digital services"

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Touraine Loire Valley Marathon

On Sunday 21 September, Tours will be hosting the 1st edition of the “Touraine Loire Valley Marathon” in addition to the usual 10- and 20-km itineraries. The aim of its organisers, La Nouvelle République in partnership with Indre-et-Loire General Council and numerous other private and public part...

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Archaeological excavations on the left bank in Blois

Since October 2013, INRAP archaeologists have been carrying out digs upstream of the project for reconversion of the Vienne district’s psychiatric hospital on the left bank of the Loire in Blois. The excavations, which cover an area of almost 12,000 m² and which were ordered by the State (DRAC Ce...

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