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is a commune
The commune is the lowest level of administrative division in the French Republic. French communes are roughly equivalent to incorporated municipalities or villages in the United States or Gemeinden in Germany...
in the Cher department in central France
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- Chateau Lagrange-Montalivet, 1590.
- Church St. Baudel (twelfth century for its oldest parts): Built in four stages, ... The base is a Romanesque church Berry "pure", consisting of two rectangles built in the twelfth century. In the fourteenth century century, a tower is erected by the Count of Sancerre, at the request of parishioners. At the heart of religious wars, the tower is suffering: it was twice as high in the beginning. In the eighteenth century century a sacristy was built in 1836 and a chapel. In 1850, the priest asks its demolition for a more modern building, which will be rejected .
- Bridge-channel mold which allows the lateral canal to cross the Loire River Moule, 1893.
The river Vauvise
The Vauvise is a long river in the Cher département, central France. Its source is at Nérondes. It flows generally north. It is a left tributary of the Loire into which it flows at Saint-Satur, near Sancerre.-Communes along its course:...
flows north through the middle of the commune.
The Château de Montalivet-Lagrange is here.