On July 20, 1942, 824 Jews were deported from Saint Laud station in Angers, about 300 kilometres southwest of Paris, to Auschwitz. These were Jews who had been arrested in round-ups  in the area and interned at Le Grande Seminar. The Transport arrived at Auschwitz on 23 July and 23 of the deportees were immediately sent to the gas chamber. The others were chosen for slave labor. Only 19 survived the war. This was the only deportation that took place from Angers, most Jews in France were deported from Drancy in Paris.

Current status: Preserved with monument (2016).

Address: 36 Rue Barra, 49045 Angers.

Get there: Car.

My comment:

I don’t know who own, rent or what kind of activities are being held in the building 2016, but I think it was some kind of Catholic school or something similair.

Follow up in books: Weisberg, Richard H: Vichy Law and the Holocaust in France (1998).