Parc du Château de Vallery


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The Château des Condé has welcomed within its walls such illustrious characters as Jean de La Fontaine and Cardinal Richelieu. The Renaissance-style gardens have a large pond, rose garden and an impressively-sized dovecote. On the bridle path, overlooking the château, you’ll find the oak tree planted in 1621 to mark the birth of the 4th Prince de Condé

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  • French
  • English
  • Spanish

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    Groups welcomed : yes

    Minimum size : 10

    Maximum size : 400

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Château de Vallery - VALLERY

 

Last update : 28/11/2017

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