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This building is indexed in the Base Mérimée, a database of architectural heritage maintained by the French Ministry of Culture, under the reference PA00118240.

Description The house where Jean-Jacques Rousseau lived with Mme de Warens in 1735-6. Now a museum dedicated to Rousseau.
Date 1 July 2007, 12:32
Source Les Charmettes, Chambery, France
Author Chris Bertram

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45° 33′ 11.66″ N, 5° 55′ 46.88″ E

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