Référent : Marie-Ange GUILLOT Rue Jacquemart26100 Romans-sur-Isère
This house was built in 1874 by Adolphe Chosson, a wealthy Roman merchant, in the Neoclassical style typical of the period.
The second-floor balcony is supported by an atlantean (God Mercury) and a caryatid, allegories of commerce and industry.
The house subsequently passed into the hands of several wealthy industrialists, symbolizing the enrichment of the Roman bourgeoisie during the Third Republic.
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