The cathedral is a masterpiece and listed UNESCO heritage site. The spires of this 12th and 13th century gem can be seen across the "beauceronne" countryside. The International Centre of Stained Glass Windows increases the influence of the art of stained glass through training courses and exhibitions. The School of Agriculture houses the largest French museum dedicated to agriculture in an engine shed built in 1905. There are more than 100 exceptional agriculture machines on show, live, interactive temporary exhibitions and a multimedia area. It took Raymond Isidore 33 years to decorate and cover his home with coloured mosaics, including all of the furniture. A poetic success which is why the Maison Picassiette merits being a listed building.
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