Montluçon Tourist Office

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    Montluçon is on the Cher river. The town consists of steep, narrow, winding streets and was was part of the mediaeval duchy of Bourbon. The church of Notre-Dame dates from the fourteenth century and the church of St Pierre partly from the 12th. It has preserved several buildings of the 15th and 16th centuries.

    Overlooking the town is the castle rebuilt in the 14th century by Louis II, Duke of Bourbon, and taken by Henry IV during the French Wars of Religion; it serves as a barracks.

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