The associations Îles'Liens and Les Romanciers Nantais are organising a short story competition in celebration of the Loire, from its source all the way...
At the beginning of this year, the Loiret départemental archives unearthed 72 lithographs depicting Orléans in the 19th century. They are the work of Charles Pensée, a French painter and draftsman who worked particularly on architectural depictions, and Alphonse Beaujoint, a draftsman and etcher who specialised in picturesque views. As part of the city has since been destroyed, their lithographs are a precious account of what Orléans could have been like before 1870.
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L’équipe de la Mission Val de Loire.