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Maison Pierre Loti

Rochefort | Photographie (collection photographique non documentaire) - Civilisations extra-européennes - Ethnologie
The House of Pierre Loti is a municipal museum is actually the childhood home of the writer Julien Viaud, better known by the name of Pierre Loti, author of the famous novels like Aziyadé, Fishers of Iceland, Ramuntcho, The Roman of a child and many others.
The naval officer Julien Viaud (1850-1923), Pierre Loti in literature, was born there on January 14, 1850. He belonged to a family of Protestant origin who had many sailors.
Pierre Loti the date of its receipt at the Academy, April 7, 1892
He became detached house in 1895 and spent much of his life to transform his birthplace and the house next door in a theater where he staged at memorable parties, inviting all the celebrities of the time its huge reputation led him to attend including, among others, the famous "Sarah Bernhardt who was regularly invited".

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  • Name: Maison Pierre Loti
  • Address: 141, rue Pierre Loti - 17300 - Rochefort - France
  • Phone: (33) 05 46 82 91 90 ou 05 46 82 91 94


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