Château de Launaguet

Launaguet, France

The current Château de Launaguet palace was built in 1845 on the ruins of a mansion burned in 1805. The estate was built by Jasques-Henry Dufa, Baron de Launaguet. His tomb is in the chapel in front of the present church. Today the palace is a city hall.


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Founded: 1845
Category: Palaces, manors and town halls in France


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