The Mercure group reaffirms its commitment to La Demeure Historique

Publish the 26 November 2021 in Group Life

The Mercure group reaffirms its commitment to La Demeure Historique association at its 97th national congress. A leader in properties of excellence with unique histories and architecture, Mercure Forbes Global Properties has been committed to safeguarding France’s heritage since its creation. A partner of La Demeure Historique for several years, the Mercure group supports the preservation, enhancement, and transmission of prestigious properties.

La Demeure Historique is a national association founded in 1924 to support and advise the owners and managers of privately-owned historic monuments and gardens in their public-interest mission to preserve and pass on their heritage. The association brings together more than 3,000 monuments: manor houses or châteaux, abbeys or priories, workshops or forges, town houses, gardens or remarkable residences, nearly half of which welcome more than 9 million visitors every year.

Each year, on its Annual General Meeting, the association organizes a congress where it invites political decision-makers and personalities from civil society to come and discuss with its members their vision of heritage in its economic, social and cultural aspects.

Mercure Forbes Global Properties and La Demeure Historique, through their shared values, renew their partnership in the service of heritage.  With over 5,000 châteaux sold, the Mercure Group is the expert in unique properties with exceptional histories in France.

National Congress of La Demeure Historique, on Friday November 26, 2021, at the Palais Brongniart (75002 Paris), on the theme “Private historic monuments and gardens at the heart of the revival”.


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