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Chateau Ancy-le Franc, Ancy-le-Franc
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Visit the amazing Renaissance palace, Chateau Ancy-le Franc, to marvel at some of the richest arrays of the 16th century: intact frescoes and wall paintings. Famous painters and sculptors, such as Primaticcio, Nicolo dell'Abbate, and De Hoey contributed their talents. Sebastiano Serlio introduced Italian Renaissance construction techniques to build the castle from 1544 to 1550. Chateau Ancy-le Franc is surrounded by a moat and complete with Corinthian capitals. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Chateau Ancy-le Franc by using our Ancy-le-Franc trip builder.
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  • very beautiful castle with a lot of part restored to visit, diane kitchen, room and other rooms, the Park must cetre also in the Court of planning and the welcome is warm
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  • This renaissance Castle is truly magnificent. Rooms go by and each one is a treasure!
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  • Very beautiful renaissance Castle beautifully restored. The surrounding park is also very beautiful especially when trees are in the colors of autumn has not to Miss
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  • I'm going this evening to the night tour, it was beautiful. The animation of the dancers was brilliant. The castle is very well preserved. I recommend to go there
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  • I already have several visits and it is always as beautiful I now await a night visit to the opportunity
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  • Superb Castle. Very nice furniture and beautifully renovated interiors
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  • Very interesting site and well maintained with only one flaw, a paper in an Italian translation is nothing short of shameful. At first we even thought the paper was written in another language. An automatic translator would not do similar damage.
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