18 places from 2024 Heritage Loto

PUSH Legacy Mission for the protection of endangered heritage, supported by Fr Stéphane Bernadeployed by the Heritage Foundation and supported by the Society Ministry of Culture and FDJ (la Française des Jeux), last March, it revealed 18 renovated locations from mainland and overseas regions.

Since its inauguration in 2018The Heritage in Danger mission has supported more than 860 sites in their restoration work. Among them more than 125 projects are emblems of regional heritage, while more than 735 are departmental locations, representing one location per metropolitan department and overseas community.

Currently, more than 65% of these sites were savedwith 310 completed projects and 270 in progress Other projects will start working soon. Good news for craft businesses specializing in construction and conservation that will be part of the adventure.

The amounts allocated to each selected site will be revealed during the next European Heritage Days in September next year.

A special year in the colors of the Olympic and Paralympic Games

This year, when France will host the Olympic Games, the Heritage Mission wanted to highlight sports heritage projects such as a swimming pool from the 1950s, a stud farm or even a stadium grandstand.

Note that the selection also highlights projects that have a significant impact on the development and revitalization of the area. The selected projects will be really beneficial in terms of employment, visitor attractiveness and promotion of cultural heritage.

Collections of donations and sponsorships accompany some projects aimed at mobilizing civil society to protect this heritage.

Full list

  • Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes: Grande Vapeur factory in Oyonnax (Ain)
  • Burgundy-Franche-Comté: Château Pertusier – Clock Museum in Morteau (Doubs)
  • Brittany: former Pouldu traffic light in Guidel (Morbihan)
  • Centre-Val de Loire: Commons in Poulaines (Indre)
  • Corsica: Church of Saint-Augustin de Montemaggiore in Montegrosso (South Corsica)
  • Grand Est: A house called Château Mermoz in Rocquigny (Ardennes)
  • Hauts-de-France: Building of the Rood Cathedral Noyon (Oise)
  • Ile-de-France: Stand of Honor at the Marville Sports Park in La Courneuve (Seine-Saint-Denis)
  • Normandy: Stables of the Saint-Lô National Stud (Manche)
  • New Aquitaine: Château de l’Herm in Rouffignac-Saint-Cernin-de-Reilhac (Dordogne)
  • Occitania: Hall and Belfry Revel (Haute-Garonne)
  • Pays de la Loire: swimming pool Alexandre Braud in Vallons-de-l’Erdre (Loire-Atlantique)
  • Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur: Aqueducts and mill from Barbegal to Fontvieille (Bouches-du-Rhône)
  • Guadeloupe: Church of Notre-Dame de l’Assomption in Trois-Rivières
  • Guyana: Maison Emmanuel in Cayenne
  • Reunion: Historic Buildings of the Villèle Museum in Saint-Paul
  • Martinique: Building 8, rue Garnier-Pagès in Fort-de-France
  • New Caledonia: Former prison warden’s house in La Foa

Legacy mission in several figures

There have been almost since the first release of Heritage Mission 280 million euros which made it possible to assist in the restoration of all selected sites:

Over 155 million euros from the Inheritance Lottery;

88 million euros in unfrozen credits granted Ministry of Culture projects related to historical monuments;

The Heritage Foundation raised €35 ​​millioncoming from corporate sponsorship, individual donations and own resources.

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