The most replicated image of all the castles of the Loire.
Memorized and recognizable by the lean-bridge and gallery receptions over it. Women's castle, built by women for women, that really bothers me. I remember a gorgeous bouquets of flowers, which the team florists me twice a week (some I touched, because my eyes refused to believe that the flowers alive), and an impressive kitchen, where right on the dining table planted seedlings. Although the gardens are in a very skeletal condition and we have not seen all possible their beauty, it was impossible not to visit. It's a "business card" of the Valley.
In the annexe there is a wax museum. Nothing outstanding, but you can look at historical figures. In small stands you can touch the materials from which costumes are made. The materials are beautiful, but thorny and tough.
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