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Well Preserved Late Medieval Castle in France

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Château du Plessis-Bourré is a Château of the Loire Valley in France, situated in the commune of Écuillé in the Maine-et-Loire department. Built in less than 5 years from 1468 to 1472 by Finance Minister Jean Bourré, an advisor to King Louis XI.

It was acquired by Reille-Soult de Dalmatie family in 1911 and classified as a Monument historique in 1931. It was managed by Bruno & Antoinette de Ferrieres de Sauvebeuf from 1978 until January 2009.

Le Plessis-Bourré until 2009 remained one of the few french castles inhabited by its owner. With the retirement of Bruno & Antoinette, Aymeric d'Anthenaise took over helped by Jean-Francois Reille-Soult Dalmatie.

It is open for visits to the public.

 

 

 

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Film Location For:


Peau d'âne (1970)    by Jacques Demy

Louis XI, un seul roi pour la France (1980)    (French TV). Directed by J.C. Lubtchansky

Jeanne d'Arc, le pouvoir de l'innocence (1989)    (French TV) Directed by Pierre Badel

Fanfan la Tulipe (2003)    by Gérard Krawczyk

 

 

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