On the corner of Léon de Malleville Street and Montmurat quay stands the private Mansion Scorbiac that the Aliès family formerly owned. Many leading figures were invited before, during and after the wars of religion, such as Henri de Navarre who visited a few times, as well as the Duke of La Force, but also Louis XIII after the Fronde revolt in 1632, and « Intendant » Foucault upon his arrival in Montauban.
The Private Mansion Sorbiac
1 Place Léon Bourjade, 82000 Montauban, France
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