Château de Villandry
Villandry was constructed early 16th century by Jean Le Breton, France's Controller-General for War of King François I. King Philip II of France once met at Villandry the King of England, Richard I, to discuss peace. During the French Revolution it was confiscated from the Marquis de Castellane, after which Napoleon acquired it for his brother Jérôme. Early 20th century it was bought by the great-grandfather of the present owner.
Villandry is also a venue for receptions and seminars.
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