The grand architecture of the royal saltworks highlight the importance of salt in an age before freezers were common place.
As with many historical sites in France the external building work has been lovingly restored to display the grand architecture and grand ideal in which the place was built. However, behind the facade little of historical importance remains.
It's worth a visit, but to say that it is a "must see" would be misleading.
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