Chateau de Noisy, Belgium: Originally named Chateau Miranda, this abandoned mansion was reportedly designed in 1866 by an English architect. Chateau de Noisy was allegedly occupied by the Nazis during World War Two before becoming an orphanage.
he Chateau de Singes (Castle of Monkeys) is also known as the Chateau la Folie (Chateau of Folly) but is really the Château à Cahaignes (Castle Cahaignes). It is located off Rue de Chateau (Castle Street) in Cahaignes, Eure, Upper Normandy, France.
French Chateau. Possibly abandoned. | House Love | Pinterest by PhroggySmyles
In the midst of a large wood, Château de la Motte-Chandeniers is a former stronghold of the illustrious Bauçay family, lords of Loudun. The stronghold dates to the thirteenth century and was originally called Motte Bauçay (or Baussay).