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Chateau Chenonceau Photograph by Brian Jannsen

Chateau Chenonceau Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Brian Jannsen

Chateau Chenonceau and River Cher, Indre-et-Loire, Centre France. So many gorgeous castles in the Loire.

Chateau Chambord, Loire Valley, Centre France. © Brian Jannsen Photography

Chateau Chambord, Loire Valley, Centre France, by Brian Jannsen Photography

Château de Chenonceaux - Loire Valley, France

Chenonceau Lights

Night lights in the garden of Chateau Chenonceau, Loire Valley, Centre-Val de Loire Region, France.

Chateau Saumur  (b. 12th century) Maine-et-Loire France.  Brian Jannsen Photography

This is Chateau de la Morte based on the Chateau Saumur, France in The House of Thoth. Chateau Saumur (b. century), Maine-et-Loire, France.

Il Piccolo Istrione Can someone find this castle?

Chateau de Chenonceau, Loire Valley in France. I remember doing a report on this place in middle school French class- would love to see a chateau in person

Chateau de Valançay France

Château de Valençay is a residence of the d'Estampes and Talleyrand-Périgord families in the commune of Valençay, the Indre département of France

Chateau de Chambord, one of the castle built by François the 1st. Inspired by the Italian Renaissance

Chambord, one of the castles built by Francois the Inspired by the Italian Renaissance. Louis the IV only spent 49 days in this Chateau!

The Château de Pierrefonds is a castle situated in the commune of Pierrefonds in the Oise département of France. It is on the southeast edge of the Forest of Compiègne, north east of Paris, between Villers-Cotterêts and Compiègne.

Château de Pierrefonds, Oise-Picardy, France was a medieval castle that razed in…

Castle at the waterfront, Chateau at Amboise, Loire River, Amboise, Indre Et Loire, France.

Castle at the waterfront, Chateau at Amboise, Loire River, Amboise, Indre Et…

Chateau Chenonceaux, Loire Valley

The Château de Chenonceau is a French château near the small village of Chenonceaux, in the Indre-et-Loire département of the Loire Valley in France. The original château was torched in 1412 to punish owner Jean Marques for an act of sedition.

Château d'Esclimont, Bleury-Saint-Symphorien, France

Château d'Esclimont, Bleury-Saint-Symphorien, France -- wait how much is this venue tho lol

Chateau de Fontainebleau, France: an older Chateau sat at this site in the 12th century. It  was in use as a royal residence and a palace for royal guests until the late 18th century. It is now home to Écoles d'Art Américaines, a school of art, architecture, and music for students from the United States.

Chateau de Fontainebleau, France: an older Chateau sat at this site in the century. It was in use as a royal residence and a palace for royal guests until the late century.