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In the 16th century and in 1685, upon the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes, the persecuted French Protestants sought refuge in several foreign countries where they were harboured.

Many of them settled there for good. Their descendants want to perpetuate the memory of their Huguenot ancestors.



The Refuge
 The Refuge
Huguenot Refuge in Brandenburg
 Huguenot Refuge in Brandenburg
Le Refuge huguenot en Hesse-Cassel
 Le Refuge huguenot en Hesse-Cassel
Huguenot Refuge in England
 Huguenot Refuge in England
Huguenot Refuge in Holland
 Huguenot Refuge in Holland
Huguenot Refuge in Switzerland
 Huguenot Refuge in Switzerland
America was a place of refuge for the Huguenots
 America was a place of refuge for the Huguenots
The Huguenots in South Africa
 The Huguenots in South Africa
 
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