Haute-Marne is a French department forming the southernmost part of the Area Champagne-Ardenne. The territory of this department is intercalated between Lorraine in the North-East, the Franche-Comt? in south-east and Burgundy in south-west. INSEE and the Post office allot code 52 to him.
Inheritances artistic, artisanal and industrial
The South of Haute-Marne is famous for basket making with old. Indeed has Bussiere Belmont and Fayl-Block are the last 20 basket makers of Haute-Marne. The wicker which east cultivates there is always works manually, it gives birth has traditional objects (baskets, display units, hoods, bread bins
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Ancienne abbaye d'Auberive dite maison Saint-Jean
Located in the town of auberive (52160) haute marne department this heritage is presented randomly.
Description and History
Before 1135, dependent of Clairvaux Abbey. Most of the buildings have been rebuilt in the 18th century. The work extends from 1753 to 1777. The West Wing contains a set of parts that have retained their original woodwork and a grand staircase hung with his guard 18th wrought iron. The former monks ' dormitory is high between 1782 and 1787, according to the plans of architect Buron. The Interior has retained a monumental staircase with four nuclei. The old dungeons are arranged in the middle of the 19th century in entresole floor, when the abbey prison in 1857. In the 18th century, demolition of the old church. The former choir serves delivery, Woodshed and garage after the construction of the new Church, completed in 1777. In the dependencies of the Abbey, the former pigeon House, octagonal in plan, the old mill which preserves in elevation of the elements of the 13th century. The building was expanded in the 19th century, when the construction of an Orangery (1825-1856). Still preserved parts of the 13th century seems to be unique in the region, and particularly rare in France.
See the description page of this monument : Abbey of Auberive called maison Saint-Jean, French Heritage monument to Auberive 1
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