La Maison de la Ronade – Salers, France
Posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member jcb94
N 45° 08.262 E 002° 29.639
31T E 460213 N 4998371
Quick Description: [FR] Les fondations de la Maison de la Ronade datent du XIIIe siècle. C'est l'édifice le plus ancien de Salers. [EN] The foundations of the House of Ronade date the XIIIth century. It is the oldest building of Salers.
Location: Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, France
Date Posted: 10/26/2011 9:40:23 AM
Waymark Code: WMCYF6
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member Dorcadion Team
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Long Description:
La maison de La Ronade domine de toute sa hauteur la place Tyssandier d'Escous de Salers.
La tour se visite jusqu'au grenier et sa charpente en vaisseau renversé (XVème siècle).
La Maison de la Ronade abrite l'historien du village de Salers qui a réuni des collections diverses (livres anciens, objets religieux, de tableaux de peintres auvergnats, d'outils traditionnels, de meubles anciens).

La grandeur passée de Salers se traduit par son architecture Renaissance datant de l'époque du Baillage des Hautes montagnes d'Auvergne.
De la place principale avec ses hôtels particuliers aux ruelles plus populaires, allez jusqu'à l'église Saint Mathieu.
Elle abrite une mise au tombeau du XVème siècle et des tapisseries d'Aubusson du XVIIème siècle.
A l'extrémité de la cité, l'esplanade de Barrouze surplombe les vallées de l'Aspre et de la Marone avec une vue sur le Puy Violent.
Salers a reçu le label des plus beaux villages de France.
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The house of Ronade dominates of all its height the square Tyssandier d' Escous de Salers.
The tower visits up to the attic and its skeleton in opposite vessel (XVth century).
The House of Ronade shelters the historian of the village of Salers which gathered diverse collections (old books, religious objects, of paintings of painters from Auvergne, traditional tools, former furniture).

The eminence passed from "Salers" village results in its architecture Renaissance dating of the sixteenth century.
Of the main place with its particular hotels to the more popular alleys, go until the church "Saint Mathieu".
it shelters one entombment of the fifteenth century and the tapestries of "Aubusson" of the seventeenth century.
To the extremity of the city, the esplanade of "Barrouze" overhangs the "Aspre" and the "Marone" valleys with a view on the "Puy Violent" mountain.
Salers received the label of the most beautiful villages of France.

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Date of origin:: les fondations datent du XIIIe siècle

Style: Renaissance (ca. 1400–1500)

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Type of building (structure): City hall, college, hospital or another building of public use

Address:
Place Tyssandier d'Escous 15140 Salers, France


Architect(s): Not listed

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