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Good jpc3829 2014-02-14 23:09

La photo est prise rue Payenne, au numero 13. L'hôtel de Chatillon est un hotel particulier assez illustre : il fut d'abord celui d'Henri de Daillon, comte du Lude, grand-maître de l'artillerie de France, fait duc en 1675, puis premier gentilhomme de la chambre, gouverneur des châteaux de Saint-Germain et de Versailles, et l'un des fidèles de Madame de Sévigné. Françoise d’Aubigné, future Madame de Maintenon, y habita. Plus tard l'hôtel appartint au maréchal de Roquelaure, à la duchesse douairière de Châtillon, à Alexandre d'Argouges, ainsi qu'à Hocquart, procureur général à la Cour des Aides (1735).

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Old 02-19-2014, 01:59 AM
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Default To jpc3829: Merci

Bonjour Jean Pierre,

Thanks for the detailed information, this was good to know. I vaguely remembered the street where this is located, and was just happy to have stumbled upon this scene...even if I did have to perform some manual labor to "clean it up."

I appreciate you providing some of its history, it makes it all the more interesting and meaningful...and now I know where to find it again the next time I'm in Paris...which can't come fast enough, what a fantastic city!

Have a great day. Take care.

Jason
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