Verjux is a typical rural village by the riverside.
Média réf. 253 (1/4): Verjux-angel Boucicaut
Média réf. 1869 (2/4): Verjux-church
Média réf. 1870 (3/4): Verjux-Saône
Média réf. 1871 (4/4): Verjux-town hall

Information / Presentation

Verjux, which is a typically rural village built on the banks of the Saône, has a remarkable historical heritage and a completely renovated centre. The church dedicated to Saint Pierre dates back to the XIIth century, with a notable crypt as well as a sundial from the XVIIth century. The town-hall and the schools are beautifully made and were financed by Marguerite Boucicaut born in Verjux in 1816, who, together with her husband, were the founders of the Paris department store “Au bon marché”. Mrs. Boucicaut also financed the bridge over the Saône, between Verjux and Gergy. A monument to her memory, close to the bridge, is worth a detour.

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Opening : 

Monday from 9am to 12am and from 2pm to 5pm

tuesday and thursday from 2pm to 5pm

Friday from 9am to 12am


Address : Mairie – Place de la Mairie
71590 Verjux
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