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Chateau d'Anjony, Tournemire

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#4 of 6 in Historic Sites in Cantal
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  • This castle is well worth taking a detour to visit. It sits on the end of a promontory at the end of the village of Tournemire, overlooking the lovely Doire valley. You have to take part in a guided v...  more »
  • It is a nice small village in the list of 156 the most beautiful villages of France. You can visit the castle which owners are the same for 19 generations. They still live in a more comfortable and mo...  more »
  • The Château d'Anjony is a castle in the villiage of Tournemire in the Cantal département of the Auvergne in central France. It was built from basalt the around 1430 by Louis d'Anjony, one of the compa...  more »
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  • Beautiful medieval castle. Passionate guide with a lot of humor. Lots of furniture and artefacts. Affordable rate (€ 8/person).
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  • Very nice Castle to visit... Very interesting. Just avoid watching the edges of some windows if we don't want to see hundreds of bodies of flies
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  • A medieval castle preserved in a beautiful village. A call to dream.
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  • Castle very well restored, many artefacts and one tour very informative cheap. Bravo
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  • Very beautiful well furnished and decorated. And, above all, a great guide that puts plenty of dynamism in the narration of the history of the Castle.
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