Chateau de Chenonceau : Stock Photo
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Chateau de Chenonceau - stock photo

Chenonceaux, France - May 10, 2012: The Chateau de Chenonceau is a castle near the small village of Chenonceaux on the River Cher. Castle built between 1515 and 1521 by Thomas Bohier, Chamberlain for King Charles VIII of France. Today, the Chateau of Chenonceau is second only to Versailles as the most visited chateau in France
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620369092
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