You have just landed at the Boehms homepage in France.  We live in Dun sur Auron (Centre/Cher/Val de Loire/Le Berry, French Département Cher (18), capital Bourges). GPS 46°53'07.8 N  02°34'24.1 E or 46.8855 N  02.573361 E http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dun-sur-Auron Dun sur Auron is located 19 Kms from the geographical center (Bruère-Allichamps) of France, and is 275 Kms (170 miles) (02:45 h) straight south of Paris. Nearby city is Bourges with a population of 70,000 (25 Kms NW of DsA. By car, we are three hours straight south of Paris, take A10 highway, direction Bordeaux, in Orleans branch off to A71 highway direction Clermont-Ferrand to exit 7 Bourges, follow N142 Moulin/N76 Moulin/Dun sur Auron/D953 to Dun sur Auron. By train, French railroad (SNCF) direct trains from Paris (Gare d’Austerlitz station) to Bourges in 1:50 h (230 Kms). We pick you up in Bourges (30 Kms, 00:30 h). Dun sur Auron (in olden days called Dun Le Roy) is a medieval town with a population of 4,000 and was one of the residences of King Charles VII (1403-1461) during the times of Joan of Arc (1412-1431, 15th century). Dun dates back to the Romans/Gauls. And was then called ‘Dunum Regis’. Remember Astérix & Obélix? Our residence (and that of our furries (cats, Arabian born)), is 'Le Prieuré', built late 1400, (yes, over 500 years ago), a 15th century Priory right in the center of Dun sur Auron on Place Bourbon; or is it ‘Place pour Boehm’? Le Prieuré was built as a residence for a Chanoine and called ‘Hôtel de Chanoines’, and is as such listed in the French historic register. Nowadays commonly known as ‘Le Prieuré’ pronounced ‘pree-eh ‘ray’. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Priory http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dun-sur-Auron http://dunsurauron.free.fr/ http://www.bourgestourisme.com/en-index.php http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bourges http://www.ville-bourges.fr/english/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_VII_of_France http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joan_of_Arc http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canon_(priest) http://dunsurauron.free.fr/sommaire.htm http://www.tourisme-dunsurauron.com/
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The Boehms    Le Prieuré  (pree-eh ‘ray)
Jock K. Boehm  &  Christine Lamouroux-Boehm    •     Le Prieuré    •     10 Place Bourbon    •    F-18130  Dun sur Auron    •    France
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Jock K. Boehm  &  Christine Lamouroux-Boehm Le Prieuré • 10 Place Bourbon • F-18130  Dun sur Auron • France
You have just landed at the Boehms homepage in France. We live in Dun sur Auron (Centre/Cher/Val de Loire/ Le Berry, French Département Cher (18), capital Bourges). GPS 46°53'07.8 N  02°34'24.1 E or 46.8855 N  02.573361 E http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dun-sur-Auron Dun sur Auron is located 19 Kms from the geographical center (Bruère-Allichamps) of France, and is 275 Kms (170 miles) (02:45 h) straight south of Paris. Nearby city is Bourges with a population of 70,000 (25 Kms NW of DsA). By car, we are three hours straight south of Paris, take A10 highway, direction Bordeaux, in Orleans branch off to A71 highway direction Clermont-Ferrand to exit 7 Bourges, follow N142 Moulin/N76 Moulin/Dun sur Auron D953 to Dun sur Auron. By train, French railroad (SNCF) direct trains from Paris (Gare d’Austerlitz station) to Bourges in 1:50 h (230 Kms). We pick you up in Bourges (30 Kms, 00:30 h). Dun sur Auron (in olden days called Dun Le Roy) is a medieval town with a population of 4,000 and was one of the residences of King Charles VII (1403-1461) during the times of Joan of Arc (1412-1431, 15th century). Dun dates back to the Romans/Gauls. And was then called ‘Dunum Regis’. Remember Astérix & Obélix? Our residence (and that of our furries (cats, Arabian born)), is 'Le Prieuré', built late 1400, (yes, over 500 years ago), a 15th century Priory right in the center of Dun sur Auron on Place Bourbon; or is it ‘Place pour Boehm’? Le Prieuré was built as a residence for a Chanoine and called ‘Hôtel de Chanoines’, and is as such listed in the French historic register. Nowadays commonly known as ‘Le Prieuré’ pronounced ‘pree-eh ‘ray’.
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