Palluau-sur-Indre

The village is dominated by the Ch‰teau de Palluau-Frontenac on top of the hill.
 Louis Buade de Frontenac, Count of Palluau was commissioned by Louis XIV to be Governor of New France.
As well as developing the fur trade, he maintained peace between the Indians and French settlers. In 1690, he prevented the English take Quebec.

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