National Geographic : 1923 Jul
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE Photograph by Crete TIlE CHURCH OF NOTRE DAME: ANGERS "Black Angers," home of the Plantagenets, occupies rising ground on both banks of the Maine. It underwent an almost complete transformation in the Igth century, its ancient ramparts being replaced by boulevards and numerous large edifices constructed. The noted sculptor, David, was a native of Angers. The region surrounding the city is famed for its nurseries and market gardens.