A huge cedar of Lebanon stands in the main courtyard of the former archbishop's palace (17C-18C). The interior, embellished by Louis XVI woodwork and Tours silk, displays works sourced from castles destroyed by Richelieu and Chanteloup, and important local abbeys. 17C-20C pictures including a colourful series on the Five Senses and fine primitive Italian works. A room is dedicted to contemporary artist Olivier Debré.
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