Who are you looking down at.

The Bénédictine Palace, was built in 1898 as a factory for the production of Bénédictine, a sweet alcohol flavoured drink.
The palace is also home to the art collections of the Le Grand family, built up by Alexandre le Grand who developed the recipe for the liqueur Benedictine. The collection is large and includes books, painting, sculptures and even wrought ironwork. The Gothic room contains the library with over a thousand books, many of which came from Fécamp abbey.

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