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Chateau de Chantilly

Listed under Castles & Palaces in Paris, France.

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From 1386 to 1897, the Chateau de Chantilly was passed down within one family and was never sold. Today, sadly for them but happily for us, the property is owned by the Institut de France and attracts visitors interested in both the magnificent art and architecture of this chateau, and the natural beauty of its gardens and surroundings. The Chateau de Chantilly is also home to the prestigious Conde Museum - a museum containing many historical French paintings, a collection is second only to the Louvre.

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