Author 'Boucher Marc dit de Meilh' (Id 138826 ) : Paul Claudel, the great French poet, you know? I present here his grave. At the bottom of a large park in North Brangues Isere, lies the great poet. It lies at the end of a trail through the woods adjacent to the castle. There was buried in 1938, the small Paris Charles Henry, (son of her daughter Queen Paris), died at the age of two years. His grandfather, in grief, in all seasons came to pray at the grave of his little son. It is in this land of Brangues, next to this child and not far from a poplar tree, also in the bamboo that is the great man. His wife, Queen Santa Maria Perrin, will be buried alongside him in 1973. We retain a sentence of Paul Claudel: "Here lie the remains of the seed and Paul Claudel" Enjoy your visit. Marc Boucher said Meilhan.