Touraine is a land of old chteaux,—a gallery of architectural specimens and of large hereditary properties.
All the world of Touraine, thought I, but I made an assenting noise.
The artists of Touraine had no shadow of Flemish influence in their practice.
You will be surprised, dear Margaret, to have a letter from me here instead of from Touraine.
Tours was in sight, Tours on the Loire, names that we had always linked with the chteaux of Touraine.
Madame, may I have the privilege of showing you the moon of Touraine?
All the earliest writers on the subject appear to have thought that it was made in Touraine, and it was called Henri Deux ware.
The Marquis of Chateauneuf, governor of Touraine, was ordered back to his province.
To link the city still closer with letters, the first printing-press in Touraine was set up here in 1496.
I should come back through Touraine just at the season of lilacs.