Historical monuments

What are the rules to follow when buying a Historical or Listed Building?

Surrondings of Historical Monuments

Surrondings of Historical Monuments

Definition of surroundings of listed properties (1) Applying automatically when a building is listed, compliance applies to...

Historical Monuments: "inscrit" or "classé"?

Historical Monuments: "inscrit" or "classé"?

There are more than 43,000 protected buildings in France, of which 33% concern domestic architecture (castles, manors,...

Restoration project for a historical monument

Restoration project for a historical monument

The owner of a listed building is in charge of overseeing the restoration work. He may, however, under certain conditions be...

Funding and Tax incentives

Funding and Tax incentives

The restoration or repair may (it is not automatic) be subject to state subsidies, granted by the Regional Directorates of...

Opening a Historical Monument to the visit

Opening a Historical Monument to the visit

Being open to visits means that the public is allowed to visit at least:- either 40 days during the months of July, August and...

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