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Ouzouer/Trézée

Ouzouer sur Trézée 

Overview

Ouzouer sur Trézée Eglise extérieur
Ouzouer sur Trézée Eglise extérieur
Crédit photo : B. VOISIN

A typical old village of the “Puisaye” region lying on the “Briare” canal.

This picturesque village still holds traces of the Gallo-roman period and is proud of its 12th century church and 16th-century timber house.

The church Saint Martin, in the heart of the village, is built on a steep slope on a meander of the Trézée valley which the canal follows between the Loire and the Seine. In pure Gothic style, the slender columns with their oak-leaf and water-leaf capitals stand as a reminder of the “Puisaye” forest.

The contrast offered by the painted stone-sculptured altarpiece and 12th-century throne should be noted (can not be visited)

Ouzouer sur Trézée Chateau Pont Chevron
Ouzouer sur Trézée Chateau Pont Chevron
Crédit photo : B. VOISIN

Château de Pont-Chevron was rebuilt in 1900 in neo-classical style by the Count of Harcourt

Identity card of the municipality

Mairie de Ouzouer sur Trézée
Mairie de Ouzouer sur Trézée

- 1 230 inhabitants
- Mayor : Mr Guy MASSE
- Enquiries : 1, Rue Grande – 45250 Ouzouer sur Trézée
- Tel : 02 38 31 93 90
- Fax : 02 38 29 60 00
- Email : send an email

- Opening to the public of the City Hall hours :
Monday from 2 pm to 5 pm, Tuesday from 10 am to 12 am and from 2 pm to 6 pm, Wednesday from 10 am to 12 am, Friday from 10 am to 12 am and from 2 pm to 5 pm and Saturday from 9 am to 12 am.

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