Category Archives: Saint-Aignan

Le Chatelier and Paulmy ~ their châteaux and 16th Century religious wars


Following the recent successful history walk from Paulmy to Le Chatelier in the South Touraine I thought it would be of interest to share the history notes I prepared for the day (many thanks to Kath Watson for assistance with … Continue reading

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Old aerial images of the Touraine and the Loire Valley


M. Didier Lecoq has assembled a fantastic collection of stories and images of aeroplanes of the Touraine on his site: Aéroplane de Touraine: L’histoire de l’aviation en Indre-et-Loire des origines à nos jours. His site includes old aerial photos of … Continue reading

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Images of Saint-Aignan-sur-Cher


Saint-Aignan was built on the hillside along the Cher River. The Cher is by far my favourite river of the area and is well worth exploring. Saint -Aignan lies at the Eastern edge of our region and is at the … Continue reading

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