An unknown Chateau

11 02 2012

We visited this stunning Chateau on our recent travails around France. Unfortunately my labelling of photographs seems to have failed me here and I cannot identify which Chateau it is. Also, it was closed when we went there so we didn’t get to look around inside. If you know the name of this Chateau, please put it in the comments section. I believe it is in the Dordogne region.


Keen for more pictures of France? And these are all labelled!
Arrival in Paris
Caves of Lascaux
Notre Dame
French menus
Standing Stones of Carnac
Les Grottos en France
The Louvre
Eiffel Tower (Tour Eiffel)
Streets of Paris
Arc de Triomphe
Napoleon’s Tomb
Versailles

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11 02 2012
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11 02 2012
Katharine

It’s Chateau de Jumilhac,
I’d love to see this one actually!

11 02 2012
Mudmap

Thanks – we were very disappointed to have missed it but we would have had to wait about five hours for it to open. Maybe next time! Thanks for stopping by and commenting – and clearing up the mystery!

11 02 2012
Katharine

you’re welcomed 🙂
it always bugs me if i missed out the name of a pretty place like this!
France is a great destination. it definitely worth to o back there and revisit a lot of places!

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