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Fortified city on the sea and on the land, La Rochelle has many defensive monuments, the most famous of which are the medieval towers of the Old Port. They guarded the entrance, notably by a chain stretched between two of them across the water, and it is they that have made the city world famous. The Saint-Nicolas tower, the Chain tower and the Lantern tower are the only remains of the 14th century medieval wall razed by Richelieu in 1628 during the siege of the city. The same is true of the Porte de la Grosse Horloge, which guarded the entrance to the merchant city from the old port and is a vestige of the medieval ramparts. The Porte de la Grosse Horloge is also part of the city's historic port heritage.
Situated on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, off the Antioch Channel, and protected from storms by the "barrier" of the islands of Ré, Oléron and Aix, the city is above all a first-rate port complex, and has been since the 12th century. It is in fact an "oceanic gateway" due to the presence of its three harbors (fishing, trade and pleasure).
A thousand-year-old city with a rich historical and urban heritage, the historical capital of Aunis has today become the most important city between the Loire estuary and the Gironde estuary. Its urban activities are multiple and strongly differentiated. A city with important port and industrial functions, it has a predominant administrative and tertiary sector that is reinforced by its university and a growing tourism.
But, La Rochelle has not only preserved buildings from the Middle Ages, the city has been enriched in the following centuries with remarkable monuments such as the famous City Hall from the Renaissance and other buildings from the classical period built in the 17th and 18th centuries such as the building of the Chamber of Commerce - the former Hotel de la Bourse.