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July 19th, 2011
Les Trois-Moutiers 860274 86120
Vienne Poitou-Charentes
47.062 0.020 55 m

Le Chant d'Oiseau, Les Trois-Moutiers

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Other view.

The manoir du Chant d'Oiseau, the manor house of the singing of bird, of the 15th century, is differently named according to sources, of which the "manoir du Chant d'oiseau", which I choose. Registered on historic monuments since 1929. Private property.

On the right bank of the brook Martiel, the building in the shape of quadrangle is framed by a round tower and a hexagonal tower. The manor house presents tracks of more ancient constructions.
The Lord Emar Odart is the oldest known owner, quoted in 1253.

LES TROIS-MOUTIERS is a French municipality, located in the Vienne departement of Poitou-Charentes region, populated by 1065 Trimoust閞iens in 2007, spread across 35.9 km, or 29.6 hab/km.

Three parishes possessing each a monastery, a moutier in old French, were gathered to form the municipality of Les Trois-Moutiers.

Th History of the village of Les Trois-Moutiers.

Joan of Arc, 1412-1431, would have stop off at the manor house of the "Chant d'Oiseau".

In Curzay, near Les Trois-Moutiers, future king of france Louis IX, known as Saint-Louis, on 1214-1270, accompanied with her mother queen Blanche de Castille, 1188-1252, came to dispense justice.

My images of Les Trois-Moutiers.

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