Pavillon du Roi René, façade Est

Pavillon de chasse dit "du Roi René", datant de 1583, qui serait l'œuvre de Barthélémy Thomas-Milhaud. Le parc longe la rivière de la Luynes et propose des panneaux d'identification des arbres.

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Taken: 21/04/2013
Uploaded: 22/04/2013
Updated: 07/07/2014


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