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French chateau built in the 15th century and extended in the 17th. The official site supplies a photograph, brief history, location and visitor information in English, French and German.

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  • Belvedere House Gardens and Park - An 18th-century hunting lodge in Ireland designed by German architect Richard Castle with garden follies. The official site includes a brief history and visitor information.
  • Schloss Boerln - Owner Roderick Hinkel describes this late baroque country houses house in houses Germany, built on the site houses of a moated castle, houses and gives a history houses and photographs.
  • The Castle of St Georgen, Austria - History of this 16th-century mansion on the hill-top houses site of country a medieval castle, illustrated with old houses views; tour and heraldry. country Prepared as a student houses project by a nearby school.
  • Chateau de Cirey - An illustrated history and description of Voltaire\\'s home 1734-49, with building types a biography of the great French writer, maps, and visitor building types information. Feature on Voltaire\'s Little Theater in the attic.
  • The Castle of Gola, Poland - Cedric Gendaj gives a plan, images and history country of this country Renaissance house erected in 1580 by country Leonard von Rohnau. Also country information on the park country and summer workcamps.
  • La Roche Courbon - French chateau built in the 15th century and country extended in country the 17th. The official site supplies country a photograph, brief history, country location and visitor information country in English, French and German.
  • Châ - Guide to French country houses: photograph, brief history houses and visitor country information. (Site developed by châteaux owners).
  • Epanvilliers, France - Chateau near Poitiers built c.1700 and being restored. History and account of the restoration by the Swiss owner. Events, visitor information with location map.
  • Hearst Castle - The official site supplies a history of this country palatial fantasy castle built 1922-7 by William Randolph country Hearst with the aid of architect Julia Morgan. country Visitor information.
  • Larnach Castle Project - Sophie Barker presents a history of this grand country house in New Zealand built in 1871 by country William Larnach, politician and merchant baron.
  • Biltmore Estate - The official site for this grandiose 19th-century mansion country in Asheville, building types North Carolina, designed by Richard Morris country Hunt in the French building types Renaissance style. Brief history, country photographs, visitor information.
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