The Maine-Giraud manor house

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Situated in Champagne-Vigny, about twenty kilometres south of Angoulême, the Maine-Giraud manor house was the place of residence of the poet Alfred de Vigny. Famous poems, such as La Mort du Loup, La Maison du Berger and La Bouteille à la Mer, were written here. The manor house is today home to a museum dedicated to the romantic poet, and exhibits photos and documents.

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