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Château de Bouges
https://regards.monuments-nationaux.fr//thumbnails/00000000029/phbd03_0172.thu https://regards.monuments-nationaux.fr//thumbnails/00000000029/phbd03_0172.thwAppreciate the charm of Bouges chateau and its refined, 18th-century atmosphere in the heart of the Berry region. Its elegant architecture is matched by the outstanding furniture that was carefully selected by the last owners of the château.
Château de Châteaudun
https://regards.monuments-nationaux.fr//thumbnails/00000000010/phbw08_4241.thu https://regards.monuments-nationaux.fr//thumbnails/00000000010/phbw08_4241.thwChâteaudun castle is on the edge of the Beauce plain, perching above the valley of the river Loir between Tours and Chartres. Discover a series of remarkably authentic feudal, Gothic and Renaissance architectural elements and learn about medieval cuisine.
Château de Fougères-sur-Bièvre
https://regards.monuments-nationaux.fr//thumbnails/00000000007/phbw07_4355.thu https://regards.monuments-nationaux.fr//thumbnails/00000000007/phbw07_4355.thwFougères-sur-Bièvre castle, built fifteen kilometres from Blois during the 15th century, is an archetypal fortified castle with its keep, machicolated curtain walls, and fortified postern tower.
Château de Talcy
https://regards.monuments-nationaux.fr//thumbnails/00000000039/jpdw14_0199.thu https://regards.monuments-nationaux.fr//thumbnails/00000000039/jpdw14_0199.thwThe slender roofs of Talcy château rise up out of the arable plains of the petite Beauce area 25km from Blois. This 16th-century farming château whose history has been marked by poets, and admire the original 18th-century decorations together with the conservatory orchard.
Cloître de la Psalette à Tours
https://regards.monuments-nationaux.fr//thumbnails/00000000003/pmc99_0050.thu https://regards.monuments-nationaux.fr//thumbnails/00000000003/pmc99_0050.thwThe La Psalette cloisters in Tours, built between 1442 and 1524 and combining Gothic and Renaissance elements. Enter the place where the canons of the Saint Gatien cathedral, famed throughout all medieval Europe for their illuminated manuscripts, once worked.
Maison de George Sand à Nohant
https://regards.monuments-nationaux.fr//thumbnails/00000000084/bgw18_0661.thu https://regards.monuments-nationaux.fr//thumbnails/00000000084/bgw18_0661.thwLying about thirty kilometres from Châteauroux in the heart of the Berry, the house of George Sand ushers you into the private world of a great 19th-century writer. Come and fall under the spell of this place where time has stopped.
Palais Jacques Coeur à Bourges
https://regards.monuments-nationaux.fr//thumbnails/00000000006/pmd08_0094.thu https://regards.monuments-nationaux.fr//thumbnails/00000000006/pmd08_0094.thwThe Jacques Cœur palace located in the historic centre of Bourges, a town of art and history, and one of the most sumptuous examples of 15th-century Gothic civil architecture. Find out about Jacques Cœur, an extraordinary figure who was a merchant, adventurer and the great master of the mint to King Charles VII.
Tour et crypte de la cathédrale de Bourges
https://regards.monuments-nationaux.fr//thumbnails/00000000006/pmd08_0308.thu https://regards.monuments-nationaux.fr//thumbnails/00000000006/pmd08_0308.thwBourges Cathedral, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. This important monument in the capital of the Berry region is one of the finest cathedrals in France. Come and admire the vaulting and tombs in the crypt, and discover unique views over the town from the north tower.
Tours de la cathédrale de Chartres
https://regards.monuments-nationaux.fr//thumbnails/00000000001/ef18294.thu https://regards.monuments-nationaux.fr//thumbnails/00000000001/ef18294.thwChartres Cathedral in the heart of the Beauce region and on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Discover its towers which influenced the evolution of Gothic architecture, and enjoy the unparalleled views they afford over the town and plain.