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The convent of Psalette, a major site to be integrated into the visit of the historic districts of Tours.
Adjacent to the cathedral, the convent of Psalette owes its name to the vocal whole chapter (assembled held by chamoines or of monk) the repetitions of religious singing of which took place in one of its rooms in the Middle Age. It consists of three galleries mixing the styles Gothic and the Renaissance. It connected between them the buildings of the chapter, among which only the scriptorium and the bookshop were preserved.
Placed below the gallery West, the bookshop is an arched room, finished in 1460. In the north gallery, built in 1508, a small oratory...
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