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Chateau Lamartine, Saint-Point

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2/5 based on 10 reviews on the web
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  • This small church is located below the castle of Alphonse de Lamartine, and close to the small village of Saint-Point. Many people shared with Mr. de Lamartine and his family, the intimacy of this rural life subject to the vagaries of time. The Lamartine capita Milly-Lamartine family was already known for his benevolence to their people. Once adult... Alphonse de Lamartine man of letters continued it from his community. By becoming mayor, public writer, benefactor, judge, and those... That they maintain constant financial problems, which were its statutes of employer and merchant wine. So, what's more natural that family members have a slightly more plush bench in this humble church depicting alone, rural life of Saint Point. Madame de Lamartine painted the large paintings that you can see. The altar hides under its base, a vault in which was placed the body of Julie, daughter of Alphonse de Lamartine died during the crossing of their return from the trip to Egypt until the realization of the family vault.
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  • The Château produces wines are not the most popular ALIR Cahor, mainly from mal′beka and to a lesser extent Merlot. Not very fond of Malbec, but local wines impressed-they're not too "deep" that often characterizes this class. Wine farm is inherited, remains production technology than the current owners are very proud of
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  • It is a pity to possess such a heritage and close to potential visitors a large part of the year... For those who, like me, find door close, one can still see the building from the outside, a bit of the edge of the road that leads there, and can be accessed at the Tomb where Lamartine and his wife are buried.
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