The Château de Chenonceau - the chapel and the library

The chapel and the library of the Château de Chenonceau

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The Château de Chenonceau - view from the northeast showing the chapel and the library.

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Yvan Lastes

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Château de Chenonceau

Château de Chenonceau is one of the most modern Renaissance castles in France, managing to attract 1.3 million visitors each year (second only to Palace of Versailles in Paris). This incredibly beautiful castle was in the center of the French national history ever since it was created, and here you can read all about it.

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