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Le château de Vogüé
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Le château de Vogüé domine le village situé au bord de l'Ardèche. C'est un château fort médiéval réaménagé au XVIIe siècle. Il présente des salles historiques, une chapelle romane, des sous ainsi qu'un cachot et un jardin suspendu. C'est un monument historique privé et tout en étant un lieu chargé d'histoire, il accueille également dans ses murs des expositions temporaires d'arts plastiques. Origine: http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vog%C3%BC%C3%A9
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