From Claude Monet in the Norman village of Giverny to the stunning landscapes of the Seine Valley, the spotlight is turned on the Eure, a land of Impressionism.
Giverny and the banks of the river Seine represent the quintessence of Impressionist painting.
If there is one person who embodies the Impressionist movement, it has to be Claude Monet, who settled in Giverny in 1883. His presence made this little Norman village famous throughout the world.
In the Eure, the visits, attractions and places related to Impressionism are not restricted to the famous village…
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