Chateau d'Auvers was built in 1635 by Italian banker, Zaboni Lioni. It was completely renewed in 1756 by the family of Espremenil. Today the chateau is an art museum focusing on an impressionist art. The gardens are also worth of visit.

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Founded: 1635
Category: Castles and fortifications in France

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www.chateau-auvers.fr

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Julian H. (3 years ago)
Beautiful place
Dmitry Berezhnoy (4 years ago)
Walk through a series of conventional art and digital installations.
one of these banditøs (4 years ago)
Beautiful building and pretty garden.
Tatiana Smith (4 years ago)
Beautiful view and nice garden
Sandra Diaz (4 years ago)
Great place to learn about Van Gogh an the impreaionism
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