Archbishops’ Palace, Narbonne

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Bird’s eye view of the former Archbishops’ Palace, Narbonne. Rebuilt at the end of the twelfth century and during the fourteenth century, this palace is worthy of note for its combination of elements pertaining to the military, religious, and civil architectures. It is currently home to the town hall and two museums.

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