Situated at the entrance of the Loire Valley, Juliomagus (magus: Gaulish market) is the capital of Anjou. Towering above the city, the fortress castle is a token of its powerful past (it was the capital of a kingdom stretching from England to Gascony in the time of the House of PlantagenÍt) and is home to one of the world's most famous traditional tapestry manufacturers: the Tenture de l'Apocalypse. ...
With nearly 350,000 inhabitants, Angers is the prefecture of the Maine-et-Loire department. It is also the largest city in western France after Nantes and Rennes.
The cathedral is a display of Gothic art from Angers. It has been listed as a historical monument since 1862.
It was built between 1230 and 1240 on the initiative of Saint-Louis. The Medieval enclosure with a circumference of over half a mile is made up of 17 towers.
Angers is located at the heart of the Loire Valley. This city is also located at the gates to the Loire-Anjou-Touraine Regional Nature Park.
Angers has been a historic capital, a fortified town of the Anjou region and the centre of the PlantagenÍt dynasty. It is still home to significant cultural heritage today.
This theme park opened in 1978 and is the best place for city folk to come relax and stroll around in a protected natural environment.
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