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Chouzy-sur-Cisse

Town, village, neighbourhood in Chouzy-sur-Cisse
  • Located in the Centre region of France, Chouzy-sur-Cisse is a privileged site on the outskirts of Blois, between the Cisse and Loire rivers. Chouzy-sur-Cisse offers the quiet charm of a village in the heart of France, where tourism and heritage are the order of the day.
    The Val de Loire is the largest UNESCO site in France, covering 2 regions, 4 départements, 6 conurbations, 11 countries, 1 regional nature park, 160 communes and a population of 1.2 million. Chouzy-sur-Cisse is one of these...
    Located in the Centre region of France, Chouzy-sur-Cisse is a privileged site on the outskirts of Blois, between the Cisse and Loire rivers. Chouzy-sur-Cisse offers the quiet charm of a village in the heart of France, where tourism and heritage are the order of the day.
    The Val de Loire is the largest UNESCO site in France, covering 2 regions, 4 départements, 6 conurbations, 11 countries, 1 regional nature park, 160 communes and a population of 1.2 million. Chouzy-sur-Cisse is one of these 160 communes.
    There were 2013 inhabitants at the last census in 2014 over an area of 22.43 km2, i.e. a density of 90 inhabitants/km2.
    The site of a confrontation between King Louis the Pious and his rebellious son around 834, Chouzy-sur-Cisse boasts a number of monuments that bear witness to its history: priory dependent on Marmoutier, Saint-Martin church, La Guiche abbey (13th century), Laleu manor house.
    On January 1, 2017, Chouzy-sur-Cisse became part of the new commune of Valloire-sur-Cisse, with the status of commune déléguée.