France’s largest Carthusian monastery, built in 1352, comprises a church, three cloisters, cells that housed the medieval monks, and a 12th-century graveyard where Pope Innocent VI is entombed. Part of the complex houses the Centre National d’Ecritures du Spectacle, a residence for artists and playwrights who live rent-free for up to a year to deepen their crafts. Art exhibitions, concerts, and theater take place throughout the year.