When he died in 1362, Innocent VI was buried
in one of the church's chapels. His works were continued through the
centuries by his nephew the cardinal of Pamplona, then by the architect
Royer de la Valfenière.
During the French Revolution, the Carthusian monastery suffered serious damage.
In 1835, the writer Prosper Mérimée, then inspector of historical
monuments, started proceedings to protect the monastery.
Today the Carthusian monastery, which is largely renovated, has become a place
of cultural importance.
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