Château d'Aubiry

Céret, France

Industrial Frenchman Pierre Bardou-Job became wealthy selling rolling paper and decided to have a château built for each of his three children. All designed by the Danish architect Viggo Dorph-Petersen, the Château d'Aubiry was for his son Justin and built from 1893 to 1904. Pierre Bardou-Job himself never saw it, as he died suddenly in 1892 just before the start of the construction. The palace has an Art Nouveau style interior. The English park has pavilions, a swimming pool, terraces and greenhouses.



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Founded: 1893-1904
Category: Palaces, manors and town halls in France

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Marine BARRAU (2 years ago)
An amazing place. Beautiful castle. And an incredible festival. I'll back there.
geraldine smith (2 years ago)
Beautiful venue for a festival
Enjoy life (3 years ago)
Unfortunately this castle part of the Job's family heritage is in a bad state and rusty ... such a shame to leave it to die ! Same remarks for the cellar buildings nearby Irritating
Declan Farrelly (4 years ago)
Great pizza, lovely staff.
Vicky LE RUYET (5 years ago)
Le château n est visible que de l extérieur. C est dommage qu un tel joyau ne soit visible sue par sa parure extérieure et que son écrin intérieur soit résolument fermé au public. De plus, de loin, les serres, même dzns un état déplorables, sont ourement majestueuses, à hauteur de leur maître d oeuvre qu est Eiffel..
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