Montsoult is a town in the Val-d'Oise, a region in northern France named after the valley formed by the Oise Rivere. The village of Montsoult is mentioned for the first time in a letter by Charles the Bald in 862, and it grew slowly steadily throughout the Middle Ages. After the arrival of the railroad, Montsoult experienced some additional minor growth develop. However, to this day, Montsoult remains by and large a sleepy little town, with no more than 3,600 inhabitants. The town's civic buildings are clean and tidy and modern, as is its train station and most of its churches.
One site of interest to visitors is the Church of Saint-Sulpice, which actually dates from the 16th century, and was constructed to replace an even older, 13th century, structure. Visitors should also take note of the Villa Bethanie, a seminary built on the site of a medieval castle that was destroyed in 1875. Also of interest is the pedestrian walkway that encircles the town, designed to show off the city's most beautiful trees. It's easy to find cheap and discount hotels in Montsoult. For the best deals on Montsoult hotels, visit web sites such as EasyToBook.com
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