Definition for avignon (2 of 2)
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Three of the Avignon popes were natives of art-loving Limousin.
The castle of Avignon—ancient residence of the Popes, shelters now a different sort of inmates.The Pictureque Antiquities of Spain;|Nathaniel Armstrong Wells
It was first introduced into commerce by the house of Lagier and Thomas, at Avignon, in 1829.
It is one of the famous color-prints made in France about the sixteenth century, and the subject is the famous Bridge at Avignon.Polly's Business Venture|Lillian Elizabeth Roy
While the popes ruled in Avignon, churches rose from end to end of the city.