Monday, October 10th, 2011
Me, I’m a creator.
The Chateau Chenonceau was constructed during the 16th century on the Cher River by Thomas Bohier and his wife Katherine Briconnet. It is in the middle of a forest, strategically for hunting, and it served primarily as a residence, unlike Chateau Langeais which was a fortress built for protection. The trees lining the path up to the chateau make for a very leisurely and beautiful walk. Once inside, one enters the Room of the Guards. This was especially interesting because the tile on the floor has been worn off over the years so that the original design is visible from […]
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