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Chateau de Rambouillet

Listed under Castles & Palaces in Ile-de-France, France.

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The Rambouillet castle is located in the heart of a set of over 20000 hectares of woodland, mostly domaniaux, relic of the old forest of Yveline. The castle was originally a military vocation, and he has kept intact its contour bastionné and his dungeon of the 14th century, despite numerous reshuffles due to its successive owners. Agrémenté a park traveled canals and ponds, the hunting area near Paris seduced many sovereign, Francis I, who died, Charles X, who signed his abdication. Au 17e siècle, les précieuses y tinrent leur cour littéraire, animée par marquise de Rambouillet et sa fille, Julie d’Angennes. In the 17th century, including precious literary held their court, led by Marquise de Rambouillet and her daughter, Julie d'Angennes.

Centres des Monuments Nationaux.

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