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Palais de Justice

in Briollay
Free
  • The Palais Perrin, also called Palais de Justice, is one of the oldest civil buildings remaining in Anjou. The monument is built in the 12th century, on a rectangular plan, in shale rubble and sandstone. The tufa frames of its openings come from the Saumur region. From its donkey roof, stands a square-based fireplace, an exceptional feature.
    The little extras:
    - Go down the "rue du Pêcheur" to walk along the Sarthe river
    - Lunch at the Guingette at the water's edge

    Complementary Hours:
    The...

    The Palais Perrin, also called Palais de Justice, is one of the oldest civil buildings remaining in Anjou. The monument is built in the 12th century, on a rectangular plan, in shale rubble and sandstone. The tufa frames of its openings come from the Saumur region. From its donkey roof, stands a square-based fireplace, an exceptional feature.
    The little extras:
    - Go down the "rue du Pêcheur" to walk along the Sarthe river
    - Lunch at the Guingette at the water's edge

    Complementary Hours:
    The Palace of Justice is not open to visitors, it is a private building, it is not open to the public. It is visible only from the outside. The site is open during the European Heritage Days with a commented external visit.

  • Spoken languages
    • French
Services
  • Equipment
    • Picnic area
    • Free parking
  • Rates
  • Free
    Free
Openings
Openings
  • From September 21, 2024 until September 22, 2024