Video: Château of Bazoches

Château of Bazoches is a 12th century feudal château that was adopted in 1675 by Marshall de Vauban, Louis XIV’s great military engineer, and the unrivaled master of sieges and 17th century military architecture. It was here that he designed more than 300 constructions and fortified sites. King Richard the Lionheart stayed here at various times. It is still owned by Vauban’s descendants today.

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