Georges Clemenceau's house and garden in Saint Vincent sur Jard
In 1919, just before the signing of the Treaty of Versailles, Georges Clemenceau , aged 78, decided to retire to the Vendée.
Between the ocean and his rented fisherman's cottage the "Father of Victory", great friend of Claude Monet, set himself the challenge of creating a garden on the dune. The house remains in the state it was at the time of his death in 1929, with its furniture and memorabilia.
This site is listed as « Maison des Illustres »
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