Abbaye du Val des Choues

Val des Choues
21290 - ESSAROIS
Côte d'Or
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The Val des Choues Abbey is a must for all fox hunting enthusiasts! This old Cistercian monastery, situated in the heart of Châtillon national forest has a permanent exhibition devoted to hunting as well as a painting of animals for educational purposes. If you’re a die-hard hunting fan, during the summer months, make sure you’re at the monastery for 4pm: feeding time for the pack of 150 hounds.

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Last update : 12/04/2019

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