In 1962 a 10 years old boy playing in the wild part of a property just bought by his father makes a stunning discovery. A troglodyte city build in the middle age by local farmers who helped extract those beautiful white stones used to build those castles along the Loire River.

In 182 Louis-Marie, the then 10 years old, now a grown-up man, decides to share the more than 52 discovered troglodyte habitations. The site has been open to the public since 2000.

View of the Fleurie vineyards and the chapel ” Madone de Fleurie” in Beaujolais, France.
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