Hôtel de Bourgtheroulde (Main courtyard)
Built between 1505 and 1525 for Guillaume II, lord of Bourgtheroulde,
that building is composed of a beautiful gothic tower as well as
a nice renaissance arcade covered with precious low-reliefs (the Aumale arcade)
Aumale arcade : low-reliefs detail
Ordered by Guillaume III in 1520, those sculpturs represent the "Drap d'Or" meeting
between François 1er and Henri VIIII, king of England.
Heavily damaged by a bomb in 1944, that destroyed some low-reliefs, the Bourgtheroulde house was restaured between 1947 and 1951.
Hôtel de Bourgtheroulde (Facade)