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château de Brienne-le-château. Aube. Champagne-Ardenne

1779 - 1784 Napoleon Bonaparte attended Brienne-le-Chateau Military Academy which existed from 1730 - It is now a museum.

Castle of Rambures - France

Castles are always amazing structures to be hold, their sheer size is only matched by the sheer creativity and wealth that went into building them. In this photo series, we introduce you to some of the most beautiful castles in the world!

Chateau de Ramburrs, Somme Picardy, France

Château de Rambures, Somme, Picardy, France -- I think I need to start a 'castles' board

Château de Saint-Huruge	►►	http://www.frenchchateau.net/chateaux-of-bourgogne/chateau-de-saint-huruge.html?i=p

Château de Saint-Huruge ►► http://www.frenchchateau.net/chateaux-of-bourgogne/chateau-de-saint-huruge.html?i=p

Château de Favols, Aquitaine, France

Château de Favols, Aquitaine, France

Château de La Rochepot, France. On a rocky peak stands this enchanting castle. Since the 13th century, it has been home to Lords and Knights. During the French Revolution, the castle was almost entirely destroyed but it has since been carefully restored.

The front entrance to the Château de La Rochepot, located in Burgundy about 15 miles southwest of Beaune. The château was constructed in the century, partially destroyed during the French Revolution, and restored during the century.

Château de Thoury---- Région historique Bourbonnais   Subdivision administrative Allier   Département Auvergne   Commune Saint-Pourçain-sur-Besbre

Since the century , a fortification was already under the control of the river along the river. Built by the lords of Thoury, hence its name.

Manoir de Bougetin, Dingé Le nom de Bougetin est issu du breton bou (ou bed), qui signifie « bois » ou « maison », et de saint Gestin, moine ermite du XIe siècle. Le gallo, langue locale ancienne, en supprimant la lettre « s », en a fait Bougetin. Édifiés au XIIe siècle,

Manoir de Bougetin, Dingé Le nom de Bougetin est issu du breton bou (ou bed), qui signifie « bois » ou « maison », et de saint Gestin, moine ermite du XIe siècle. Le gallo, langue locale ancienne, en supprimant la lettre « s », en a fait Bougetin. Édifiés au XIIe siècle,

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