Beauclair

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Beauclair
TW3BAW The palace of Beauclair EN.png
View of Beauclair from Blood and Wine
Details
Type
Cities
Location
Toussaint
Appearance(s)


City built on elven ruins Fortress

Beauclair is the city surrounding a Palace and the capital of Toussaint. It was probably built when Faramond reconstructed the palace and Duchess Adela Marta became its first lady.

Notable People[edit | edit source]

Rulers

Nobility

Others

Rulers

Nobility

Others

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • The name is coined from two French words, beau and clair. It can then be roughly translated as beautifully clear.
  • Especially notable is the Beauclair Library, which was mentioned in the novels.

In The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt[edit | edit source]

The Blood and Wine expansion is set in and around Beauclair. The city itself is fully depicted and a number of districts are shown, including:

Districts[edit | edit source]

Gates[edit | edit source]

Squares[edit | edit source]

Inns and brothels[edit | edit source]

Shops and businesses[edit | edit source]

Other points of interest[edit | edit source]

In The Witcher computer game[edit | edit source]