Parc et jardin du Château d'Époisses

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Protected by double outer wall fortifications, Epoisses Castle, built in the VI century, is situated a few km from Semur-en-Auxois. Discover its beautiful English landscape garden with its gold-green-silver edges, in bloom from Easter to All Saints and the 500 rose bushes in the castle’s courtyard. Glance towards the XVI century dovecot which houses 3000 nests.

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