Parc du Château de Nuits

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Nuits-sur-Armançon castle, half bastion, half recreational home, was erected in 1560 in the middle of the wars of religion. Its 6 hectare English landscape garden, 30km from Chablis, offers some very beautiful views over the castle and the Armançon valley. During your visit, you may follow the tracks of Burgundy’s animals along the trail.

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Last update : 02/10/2018

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