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Castle Museum of Rochers-Sevigne, Vitre
(1.8/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
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  • the Park is beautiful, and the outside Castle committed to the tour, but already need access for visits (the speaker is quite long) of more, once inside, you continue to enjoy a superb view of the Park and the golf course, but the accessible interiors are very limited.
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  • Yes, we visit all the Castle largely inhabited... but good even if the tour is partial and that part is a golf course, come see the Museum of the rocks, guided tour is charming, she will allow you to discover Madame de Sévigné or better as well as the historical context of his time, we left them enchanted by this lovely peaceful place where floats the soul of this female of his precursor Lady time, Kudos to our guide for our interest
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  • I had visited it long time ago Grignan Castle, where the famous Marquise ended his life, but I did not know that the rocks, which belonged to the family of her husband and where she wrote her famous letters to his daughter. Unfortunately, the building, although that very pretty, is more than very partially where the epistoliere and his son lived (important changes have taken place over the centuries) and the visit is limited to very little, because most of the castle is private. Even the House of Madame de Sévigné, on the ground floor of the Tower, has been refurnished and redecorated to the taste of the 19th century. However, the detour is necessary, because the general framework and the garden give an idea of what it might be: we understand that inspiration and time should not be lacking here...
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