5. Châteauroux

 In the centre of France is the Indre department where the capital city is Châteauroux. In the province of Berry Châteauroux is the second-largest town. This is also the town where the residents are called Castelroussins. Closer to the river there is the old town and this has become the central point around which new developments have taken place. This resulted in the suburbs of Déols and St. Christophe. The city was named after the Castel which has been constructed in the 10th century by Raoul, which was the prince of Déols. Houses can be available for 100,000 euros for a quick property sale.

4. Limoges

In the southwest-central region of France is the city of Limoges. This area is best known for the production of decorated porcelain. A large number of these products can be seen at Musée National Adrien Dubouché. All along Rue de la Boucherie are a large number of timber-frame houses which has been constructed in medieval times. The highly popular Musée des Beaux is located in the former Episcopal Palace and there are a large number of interesting artifacts on display. Another popular tourism attraction is The Gothic Cathédrale St-Étienne de Limoges which has been constructed over 600 years. If you want to sell your property quickly, houses in this area can cost 140,000 euro’s.

3. Chartres

In the north-central parts of France you’ll find the city of Chartres. One of the most popular attractions in this city is the massive Cathédrale Notre-Dame. This is a Gothic cathedral dating back to the 12th-century. It has intricate rose windows, pavement labyrinth, Romanesque sculptures, and flying buttresses and 2 towering spires. There is also the very distinctive blue-tinted stained glass inside the cathedral. There are workshops at the Centre International du Vitrail and there are also exhibits on stained-glass art. A house will cost €210,000.

2. Caen

In northern France’s Normandy region is the Calvados department where Caen is the capital. It is also a port city. The well-known Château de Caen which was constructed by William the Conqueror in1060 is in the center of the city. This popular landmark is surrounded by Sainte-Trinité and Saint-Étienne which is just as old as the Château. One of the most popular museums in the area is the multimedia Mémorial museum which is mostly dedicated to the events of World War II. In particular the battle of Normandy which took place in 1944 is a very large part of the exhibition. A house can cost €220,000 for a quick cash sale.

1. Le Havre

In the north of Normandy there is the important port city of Le Havre. This is where the English Channel and the Seine River come together. Close by is the Honfleur estuary as well as the Pont de Normandie cable-stayed bridge. A tremendous amount of damage was done to the city center of Le Havre during WWII. This is why the city center was redesigned by Belgian architect Auguste Perret. This is why even today there are many examples of reinforced-concrete architecture. A house will cost approximately €250,000.

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