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Giovanna Trafalgar 1 May 18
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Hayley Nolan Jan 17
MINI HISTORY VLOG👇🏻 I grew up in France so it was very special to go back and visit to tell it’s history...
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Hazel Broadfoot Oct 4
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La Gomme 1 Oct 17
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Emmanuel PARLIER PhD. Oct 20
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Julie Davies 9 Jun 18
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FearTheSkirt ⛳ Jun 7
Exquisite details everywhere you look....
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Louise Manzano Oct 8
Beautiful day at Chateau de - you can see why they call this area Valley of the Kings ☀️
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Wine Geometry Feb 6
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Tami Cabrera 23 Sep 17
Oh darn. Another wine tasting in castle from 1547, that's on a vineyard.
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Alessio Cozzani Jan 7
One of my best trips was in the valley. This region, not far from , is not only for over 300 castles but also for good and . The one in the picture is the of , in my opinion the most characteristic. 🇨🇵
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Joyce Haven 8 Jun 18
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Sharon Sacks 29 Nov 17
Love this site!! At the magnificent Chenonceau in Chenonceaux with Robin.
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Aptus Group USA 7 Feb 18
: is a castle built right on a over the River Cher in France.
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LoireOnTour Feb 8
- 🚨White Gold The distinctive of the was used to build not only châteaux such as in the Loire but also some of Europe’s most famous structures, including St Paul’s in . ➡️
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Andy's AnyLand Tours Apr 11
in the Valley, . We were taking photos on the riverbank of Le Cher all night. In the mysterious misty fall weather in October. Which is your favorite French chateau?
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Muchosol UK Oct 3
Did you know that...? ➡️ The castle of is one of the most visited castles in the Loire Valley and one of the most beautiful in the world! 😍
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France My Beautiful Destination Dec 19
region "la douce France" really beautiful, great wines:
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Teresa Sep 18
Chateau de ,  It is one of the best-known châteaux of the Loire valley. An architectural mixture of late Gothic and early Renaissance, Château de Chenonceau and its gardens are open to the public.
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