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Chateau de Valençay
                                     

★ Chateau de Valençay

Château de valençay was the residence dEstampes and Talleyrand-périgord families in the commune of valençay, in the Indre in France. Although it is part of the province of berry, its architecture invites comparison with the Renaissance castles in the Loire Valley, in particular, the château de Chambord. The manor was praised as "one of the most beautiful on earth" George sand, who also noted that "no king has a more picturesque Park". It is situated at altitude 135 m.

                                     

1. History. (История)

Chateau de Valencay is located on the edge of the plateau overlooking the river Nahon. In ancient times the site was a Gallo-Roman Villa of Valencia us domain valence. On the 10th or 11th century, "heavy and massive tower" was built between 1026 and 1047, a donation Charter transferred to valence his first recorded Lord Bertrand. In 1220, then the Lord valance, Gauthier reportedly built a feudal castle or a house on the website, but it is unclear if this addition or extension to the earlier tower. There are remnants of the original structure buried under the yard.

The modern castle was built on a Royal scale dEstampes family of financiers for about 200 years. Construction was started in 1540 by order dEstampes Jacques on the site of the demolished castle of the 12th century and was completed only in the 18th century, when the South tower was added.

The 18th century saw a rapid succession of owners, including the notorious Scottish banker John law, who bought the estate in 1719. Almost a century later, in 1803, Napoleon ordered his foreign Minister Charles Maurice de Talleyrand to acquire the property as a place particularly appropriate for reception of foreign dignitaries, particularly of Ferdinand VII of Spain, his brother Infante Carlos, Count of Molina, and his uncle the Infante Antonio Pascual, who would spend six years in captivity at valence Napoleon. Took a contract stipulating their liberation in 1813 by the name of estates.

Period, the location of the Talleyrands was the Golden age in the history of valence, with twenty-three municipalities supposedly run by the ruling Prince. Undoubtedly the most famous of the servants of the Talleyrands, working in valence was his chef, Marie-Antoine careme. After the death of Talleyrands in 1838 the great statesman was buried in a small chapel in the Park. His collateral descendants retained ownership of the estate until 1952, when the male line ended. The last Prince bequeathed his property to his stepson, who sold his Association historic castles in 1979.

The princes of Talleyrand-périgord ranked among mediatisierung German nobility, by virtue of their nominal control of the Duchy of Sagan in Prussian Silesia in Poland. On this technicality, the castle was freed from German occupation during the Second world war. Having established his personal neutrality, the Duke of Sagan saw treasures from the Louvre, the victory of Samothrace and the Venus de Milo safely tucked in valence.

                                     

2. Features. (Особенности)

Relics of the 16th century include the huge round tower in the West corner surmounted by a dome à limperiale, and the Central unit in the form of donjon, with a slender tower on each corner, grouped around the raking roof. His feigned battlements reminiscent of the middle Ages, the retrospective formula is stylistically derived from Chambord, but somewhat distorted wide fenestration, including the characteristics of the Renaissance dormers.

The exterior has withstood time and the elements remarkably well. It is clothed in classical orders: Doric on the ground floor, Ionic order on the first floor, and Corinthian on the second. This innovative feature, in anticipation of French classicism. Arcade gallery rings the yard. The West wing with the mansard roof dates from the 17th century.

Talleyrands, the Chateau boasts one of the most advanced interiors of the Empire style anywhere. There are a hundred rooms, of which a quarter are flat Talleyrands. Room of king Ferdinand, too, is shown to tourists. The Western wing contains the Talleyrand Museum, formerly housed in outbuildings.

Formal French gardens, Dating from the early 20th century, covering about forty hectares, not counting the region Talleyrands vineyards. Llamas, peacocks and other exotic animals in the Park to provide entertainment for tourists.

                                     
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  • with unpleasant issues in London caused by his relatives, Louis, duc de Valençay and his father Edmond, duca di Dino, who had become addicted to gambling

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