Victor Hugo spent 15 years in Guernsey & the island provided inspiration for many of his fine works, including Les Miserables & Toilers of the Sea.
Victor Hugo - His Life & Exile in Guernsey
Maison de Victor Hugo
Juliette Drouet's dining room in Guernsey. Victor Hugo was a DIY enthusiast and the objects in this room were created by VH from second-hand furniture and objects that he liked
Le Jour ni l'Heure 0731 : Hauteville House, maison de Victor Hugo, 1802-1885, entre 1856 et 1869, à Saint-Pierre Port, Guernesey, îles anglo-normandes, jeudi 25 juin 2009, 11:46:40 | Flickr: Intercambio de fotos
Monsieur Hugo contemplating whose going to clean up all these bloney leaves in Candie Gardens! #Guernsey The second image is Victor Hugo's conservatory at Hauteville House, shot for #VisitGuernsey one day in June last year at 5am in the morning. Can't for the life of me remember why we had such an early start, however the desk on the far right is where the great author stood & penned #LesMiserables. Am sure at times we don't realise that we have such an incredible heritage in our little…