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PORTRAITS D’ARCHITECTES : Nicolas Nicole (1702-1784)

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    The son of a bisontinan craftsman, Nicolas Nicole began his training as a locksmith and was received as a master in 1737. Following a stay in Nancy where his second brother, Claude-François Nicole, an architectural draughtsman and engraver for the King and the Chamber of Accounts of Lorraine, was based, Nicolas Nicole trained as an architect. Within a few years he established himself as one of the best architects in the Comtois region, building the Chapel of Refuge in 1739, the Church of Sainte-Madeleine from 1746 to 1766 and, between 1770 and 1778, supervising the construction of the new Intendance according to the plans of Victor Louis. Prices: €8 - €6 for students, under 18s, members of the Tourist Office (on presentation of a card), disabled people. Free for children under 12 and job seekers.


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    Friday 24 May at 3pm

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