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Manoir de Gisson

Castle in Sarlat-la-caneda
  • The Manoir de Gisson, a listed building in the officially protected old quarter of Sarlat, is one of the most remarkable buildings in this medieval town.



    Formed by two constructions of different architecture, linked with each other by a staircase inside a hexagonal tower, it dates back to the 13th century.



    The vaulted cellars and the apartments, now open to the public for the first time, house an outstanding exhibition on the history of justice from the Middle Ages up to the...
    The Manoir de Gisson, a listed building in the officially protected old quarter of Sarlat, is one of the most remarkable buildings in this medieval town.



    Formed by two constructions of different architecture, linked with each other by a staircase inside a hexagonal tower, it dates back to the 13th century.



    The vaulted cellars and the apartments, now open to the public for the first time, house an outstanding exhibition on the history of justice from the Middle Ages up to the French Revolution in 1789.

    This collection of authentic instruments is of international renown, after being displayed in major cities throughout the world.



    The second part of your visit is devoted to the daily life of the Sarlat nobility and the Gisson family in days gone by.
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