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In Louhans, the Saint-Pierre Tower is one of the last vestiges of the town’s ramparts. Built in 1570, this military construction was fully restaured. It is now occupied by an associative cultural centre. You will be able to visit the exhibition that are regularly organised there.

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Les Animaux des Petits Bois - SAGY
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Espace d'Artagnan - SAINTE-CROIX
Maison de la Collection - THUREY
L'Etang de Jean - MERVANS

 

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