Vivier Ardèche Rhône Alpes Rhone Valley France Medieval French city

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Vivier Ardèche Rhône Alpes Rhone Valley France Medieval French city
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Vivarais capital, located at the confluence of the Rhone and the river Escoutay Viviers in Ardèche is an exceptional site. Third sector saved the entire Rhône-Alpes region, Viviers has a built heritage outsized. Indeed, there are no fewer than 17 listed buildings. Bishop City (home of the Bishop) for nearly 15 centuries Viviers increased from Gallo-Roman city in the Middle Ages, the Renaissance and the eighteenth century. well they kept track of each of these periods Viviers is named vivariums that food reserves Alba served. In the fifth century, the bishop showed Alba to settle in Viviers. The particularity of Viviers is that the city has a separate double enclosure of the city in two. The upper town, completely isolated by its own walls was reserved for the bishop and his chapter and the clergy, while the lower town was devoted to elders and traders