Malouiniere of Launay-Rai, French Heritage monument to St pere
Launay-Rai is a medium-sized malouinière, built in 1732 by François de Bambah, Member of an old family of the Malo bourgeoisie and lawyer at the Parliament. It is representative of the overall layout typical of the malouinières, with reconstruction near the old manor converted farm, home of quadrangular plan, linked to two pavilions of service by the wall separating the Garden Court. It is also representative of the architecture of the small malouinières of simple structure, by its plan (entry in the hall containing the staircase and opening onto the central dining area flanked on the one hand to a large living room, from the kitchen and its trehory) and its elevations, sober, three-span. Finally, Lee-Rai is remarkable by the character extremely careful of its construction and its state of conservation. It has retained all its interior, with the exception of the salon, altered in the 19th century, and especially its environment, exceptional thing for the medium-sized malouinières (former mansion, common, Dovecot, courtyard, saut-de-loup, Garden, pool and Chu access).
Source: Ministry of Culture, France
Malouiniere of Launay-Rai, Launay-Rai is a medium-sized malouinière, built in 1732 by François de Bambah, Member of an old family of the Malo bourgeoisie and lawyer at the Parliament. It (...) Malouiniere of Launay-Rai, French Heritage monument to St pere st pere, ille et vilaine
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