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§4 Logis : Kitchens

Pantry

Chenonceau’s kitchens are located in the huge bases which form the first two piers sitting on the bed of the river Cher. – Wikipedia

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16th century chimney is the Château’s largest, next to the bread oven. – Wikipedia

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Pantry

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Dinning Room

Réfectoire des cuisines

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Kitchen

During the First World War, the Renaissance Kitchens were fitted with the modern equipment
that was needed for the Château to be transformed into a hospital. – Wikipedia

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Butchery


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You can still see the hooks for hanging game and the blocks for cutting it up. – Wikipedia
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