Former Court of Auditors, French Heritage monument to Moulins
Moulins tradition, this building would be the old Court of Auditors of the Dukes of Bourbon, founded in 1374 by Louis II. After various deletions (fires in the 16th and 18th centuries), the serving room currently delivery seems to be the unique testimony of a whole more important. Building included in the urban fabric, with an overlooking front garden, another on a small cul-de-sac, the other two being terraced with other buildings. The Interior has a carved decor. It is a large rectangular room, with two spans vaulted warheads, separated by an arch supports. The ribs are received on six caps carved, decorated with foliage openwork
* the Centre bearing a coat of arms have been hammered during the Revolution. The two keys to vaults marking the center of the span were also decorated with coats of arms, and spared by the Revolution. Both represent a shield with the arms of the Bourbon. The back wall has a fireplace.
Source: Ministry of Culture, France
Crédit photo : rjonard (Former Court of Auditors, moulins)
Former Court of Auditors, Moulins tradition, this building would be the old Court of Auditors of the Dukes of Bourbon, founded in 1374 by Louis II. After various deletions (fires in the (...) Former Court of Auditors, French Heritage monument to Moulins moulins, allier
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