The exact location where Joan of Arc was burned at the stake in Rouen, France. I recall eating in a cafe in the Market Square near there. Mind boggling to think how much things have changed, yet the beauty of history being that it is forever the same.
The siege of Paris was undertaken in 1429 by the French troops of King Charles VII , with the notable assistance of Joan of Arc , to take the city held by the allied Anglo-Burgundian. The royal troops failed to enter Paris , defended by the governor Jean de Villiers de L
"The town of Blois, on the banks of the Loire, twenty-five miles southwest of Orleans, April 1429 - The narrow streets of this small provincial city, ordinarily quiet, were suddenly crowded with traffic."