Address 9 Rue du Château 16000 Angoulême, France

At 9 rue du Château in Angoulême were the former premises of the Château d’Angoulême laboratory.

The Château d’Angoulême laboratory is a medical analysis laboratory belonging to the LABOffice group. LABOffice is an independent Charentaise structure of 7 medical analysis laboratories located in Angoulême, Soyaux, La Rochefoucauld and Ruffec.

Formerly located at 9 rue du Château, the laboratory moved to 1 rue du Château to benefit from more recent premises adapted to today’s needs. The old premises are to be demolished and the interior refurbished.

During this transition phase, the teams of the series Le crime lui va si bien occupied the place to transform it into a police station.

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