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Château de Montrésor
The castle of Montrésor overlooks the village, classified among the most beautiful villages of France. Its ruins, its fortress and its enclosure bear witness to the property's medieval past. The Renaissance house overlooks the balconies of the Indrois. Count Branicki, a great figure in Polish immigration, settled in this castle in 1849 to flee Russia and the ukase of Tsar Nicholas I. With more than 1,000 years of art and history, this property, atypical and furnished with the taste of the Second Empire, is open to visitors and continues to exhibit works of art from part of the Cardinal's collection. Fesch - Napoleon I's uncle.
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Château de Montrésor
The castle of Montrésor overlooks the village, classified among the most beautiful villages of France. Its ruins, its fortress and its enclosure bear witness to the property's medieval past. The Renaissance house overlooks the balconies of the Indrois. Count Branicki, a great figure in Polish immigration, settled in this castle in 1849 to flee Russia and the ukase of Tsar Nicholas I. With more than 1,000 years of art and history, this property, atypical and furnished with the taste of the Second Empire, is open to visitors and continues to exhibit works of art from part of the Cardinal's collection. Fesch - Napoleon I's uncle.
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Hours
September 1, 2022 > November 13, 2022
Open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday between 10:00 and 18:00
September 1, 2022 > November 13, 2022
Monday to Sunday 10:00 to 19:00
February 4, 2023 > November 12, 2023
Open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday between 10:00 and 18:00
February 4, 2023 > November 12, 2023
Monday to Sunday 10:00 to 19:00
December 16, 2023 > December 31, 2023
Open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday between 10:00 and 18:00
December 16, 2023 > December 31, 2023
Monday to Sunday 10:00 to 19:00
Address
Château de Montrésor,
37460
MONTRESOR