Our visit to an ancient Orne manor house revealed just what determination can do. Just a few years ago M.Fourcade found a crumbling manor house. It had been abandoned for years, had no roof and the chapel was being used as a barn for cows. It was exactly what M. Fourcade had been looking for...
What was so different about this unwanted Normandy child that she climbed up from grinding poverty to a life of luxury and love? If only for a for a while... Bravery, beauty and tragedy on the blog today
The sixteenth century was the age of travel and new discoveries and in France, Dieppe was at the forefront of the great expeditions. During those years one man stood out for his nerve, intelligence and the vast fortune he won, and lost.
Some of our favourite vintage postcards are not of the biggest monuments or most famous Normandy towns, but the odd little corners. Today's postcard match is one of them, from a tiny village on the coast not far from Deauville. Why someone decided to make a postcard showing lots of trees and indistinct buildings we do not know, but are glad they did. We hope you enjoy this forgotten love story.
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