Balade à Anglure
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The town of the lords Ogier de Saint Chéron, barons of Anglure from the 12th to the 14th century, becomes very welcoming once the fine weather arrives. The river unfolds majestically in a calm, peaceful setting and is animated with the coming and going of the swans and ducks. On its banks, the path gets wider gradually leading into the park Forgeot which has tennis courts behind the foliage. The imposing washhouse with its interlacing of beams is reflected at the foot of the mill, which burned down in 1935. The Aube river gives it its energy and its foam.