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October 2013
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Senlis and Chantilly

From left to right and top to bottom ©Plume, Photo 1: Church, 2: Street, 3: Street sign, 4: Alley wall

Cobbled streets, mysterious gates behind which lurk magnificent mansions, a Gothic cathedral and Gallo Roman ramparts, half-timbered houses, Senlis preserves a legacy of discreet luxury and charm. We must hang on the outskirts of this small town and visit the Cathedral of Notre Dame representative of the Gothic era, built between the XII and XII century and built on the model of the Basilica of Saint Denis. Abbey, castle, college, old arenas, monasteries and hotels reflect a rich heritage that the city preserves “protected area” in order to preserve the historic character.

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