Amboise


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Am·boise

 (äN-bwäz′)
A town of west-central France on the Loire River east of Tours. Leonardo da Vinci is said to be buried in the chapel of its Gothic chateau.

Amboise

(French ɑ̃bwaz)
n
(Placename) a town in NW central France, on the River Loire: famous castle, a former royal residence. Pop: 11 457 (1999)
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Thereupon a eulogy of the marvellous fish, with a thousand delicate allusions to the young betrothed of Marguerite of Flanders, then sadly cloistered in at Amboise, and without a suspicion that Labor and Clergy, Nobility and Merchandise had just made the circuit of the world in his behalf.
Four years after the scene we have just described, two horsemen, well mounted, traversed Blois early in the morning, for the purpose of arranging a hawking party the king had arranged to make in that uneven plain the Loire divides in two, which borders on the one side Meung, on the other Amboise.
Contract notice: restoration work on the roofs of the amboise wings of the berbie palace in albi (81000).
Friar Jean de la Fontaine, guardian and confessor of the Franciscan Friary in Amboise, became Joan's spiritual confessor.
Amboise Chateau was also a great visit with the town built in and around the little streets which lead from the castle to the river.
Canadian University Dubai and Sylvain Tremblay, a Montreal/New York-based artist and former lecturer in Art History at the university, premiered a documentary titled The Master Project: Leonardo Da Vinci, which follows the life of the renowned Renaissance artist at the Chateau du Close Luce in Amboise, France on June 24.
Canadian University Dubai and Sylvain Tremblay, a Montreal/New York based artist and former lecturer in Art History at the University, will premiere a documentary titled The Master Project: Leonardo Da Vinci, which follows the life of the renowned Renaissance artist at the Chateau du Close Luce in Amboise, France on June 24, 2017.
SEE & DO: Get a bird's eye view with a hot air balloon ride, leaving from the towns of Chenonceau, Amboise, Chaumont and Loches.
1519: Leonardo da Vinci, Italian artist and man of science, died at the Chateau Cloux near Amboise.
We are left with the note that the Reporter leaves his boss, Hagood, telling him to "come down [to Amboise st.
Price Includes z Return Eurostar from London to Paris z Coach transfers throughout z Three nights' half board accommodation with wine* z Visit to Monet's Garden & Chartres z Excursion to the Loire Valley visiting Amboise
In the Conspiracy of Amboise, one must see a reaction against the