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Le château de Monte-Cristo, demeure et parc d'Alexandre Dumas, se situe sur la colline du Port-Marly, entre Marly-le-Roi et Saint-Germain-en-Laye. Une balade dans le parc et une visite du château vous feront découvrir tout l'univers de l'écrivain à travers une collection de gravures, peintures et reproductions.

http://www.chateau-monte-cristo.com/

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