Chambord | Châteaux de La Loire

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Château de Chambord Châteaux de la Loire – UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Chambord’s original medieval layout, a central keep, four towers and perimeter wall was an impressive structure, later embellished in the style of a Tuscan villa with a cross-plan hall and a double helix staircase by Leonardo da Vinci. The Renaissance architecture has no defensive features; this is purely a royal pleasure palace, its imposing façades with sculpture and broad bays of entirely Italian inspiration. Two wings were added to the keep; one houses the royal apartments, the other the chapel.   – Michelin Travel : TheGreenGuide

external links : Google Map (Earth),   Wikipedianext

 

Chambord castle, aerial view

Aerial view

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Château Chambord edit

Aerial view

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Château de Chambord 2008

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Chat Chambord solcou 01 062006

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SchlossChambordSuedecke

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Château de Chambord 15

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Château Chambord

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Château de Chambord 16

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Château de Chambord 06

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Château de Chambord 02

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Chat Chambord front 062006

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Embarcadère au nord

Vue de l’angle nord. Au premier plan, l’embarcadère prévu initialement par François 1er.

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Schloss Chambord nachts 2

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Chambord

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Château de Chambord

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Automne-à-Chambord

Le château de Chambord depuis l’allée ouest. Couleurs et lumière d’automne.

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