Romain Rolland, Paul Eluard, René Char, Paul Claudel, Georges Bataille, Prosper Mérimée, Max-Pol Fouchet, Maurice Clavel, Jules Roy and many others frequented the eternal hill.
Mavericks, idealists in search of the absolute, sometimes rebel snipers, that are neither warm nor timid. They all have in common is risen from the ranks to think alone. It has been said on this hill in Burgundy, that man could raise up to the impossible.
The spirit of the place allows the encounter of faith in God and the faith inherent in the creation itself of thinking that the impossible can happen on condition that they give courage.