Gîte Les 3 Bouleaux 

A Nogent Sur Seine

The Nogentais and the Seine Valley

 

 

Nogent architecture deserves some close attention. Stroll through the streets of Nogent sur Seine to discover the charm of the banks of the Seine and Olive Isle, the church tower Saint Laurent rising up to 43m, the old timbered houses, some of which are very famous such as "la Maison de la Turque", which inspired Gustave Flaubert's novel "sentimental education" and  Pavilion Henry IV, or according to the legend, the king had to find the beautiful Gabrielle d'Estrée.

Another must-see building: the large mills provide testimony prestigious industrial heritage of the early 20th century.

Discover the City Museum that boasts a superb collection from sculptors dating back to the late 19th and early 20th Century: Dubois, Boucher, Camille Claudel.
3 miles away from Nogent you can visit the Chateau de la Motte Tilly (see picture), inhabited building until the mid-sixties which kept its authenticity.
This is a remarkable collection for its charming gardens and balance of architecture.

Nature lovers will love the valleys, the backwaters, the fabulous flora and fauna of the floodplain of the Seine, one of the 105 wetlands of national importance.
 

Finally you will discover PROVINS and its medieval World Heritage Site by UNESCO and the city of TROYES with its old houses with beautifully restored wood exterior.

In addition to the cultural heritage, on the outskirts of TROYES, various outlet stores will satisfy your cravings for shopping.
 

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