Address Angoulême Courthouse Pl. Francis Louvel, 16000 Angoulême, France

Built in 1826 on the site of the former Jacobin convent, the Angoulême courthouse is recognizable by its imposing columns.

The courthouse project was entrusted to the architect Paul Abadie. In neo-classical style, this building dominates Place Francis Louvel. All that remains of the Jacobin convent today is the garden, now transformed into a public space on which sits a 19th century fountain. All the important cases of the region are judged here.

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