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Discover the Loire Valleys most famous castle which is surrounded by the largest forest park in Europe. The Loire Valley was included in the year of 2000 in the World’s Heritage list by UNESCO. It represents the part of the valley between Sully-Sur-Loire and Chalonnes Sur the Loire. It is an exceptional site for its biological diversity, as well as its historical and cultural heritage. This part of the river flows through two regions, Centre and Pays de la Loire, and four departments. In the Loire Valley, the largest tributaries are the Vienne, the Indre, and Cher. A small cliff of limestone and tuff stone is often found on either side of the valley, between Orleans and Angers. A lot of small islands and sandbanks or gravel are visible along the river, which has a variable width and depth according to season and year. The Loire floods often occur in winter and most of the time without any consequences, thanks to the dams built on its sides. Downstream of Orleans, major cities are Blois, Amboise, Tours, Saumur and Angers, the main castles being Sully-sur-Loire, Blois, Chaumont-sur-Loire, Amboise, Saumur, others been located at a distance from the Loire, its tributaries, such as Chambord, Chenonceau, Azay le Rideau, Chinon. Experience what life was like during the Renaissance period in these stunning properties that once accommodated the courts of the Kings of France. Chambord is one of the largest castles of the Loire Valley, nestled in the middle of a huge hunting territory. It was built by King Francis I of France in the 16th century with the help of another Leonardo da Vinci. See the incredible double helix staircase, representing the tree of life in the middle Ages, and large panoramic terrace of the castle with its sea of chimneys overlooking the gardens. Chenonceau, also known as the castle ‘Ladies’, was built during the 16th century and has been home to many well-known, such as Diane de Poitiers, Catherine de Medici and the White Queen, Louise de Lorraine aristocratic French ladies. You could almost be dreaming appears as Chenonceau on the Cher River. Its architecture testifies tale sophisticated style and typically French life, with elegant floral rooms, tapestries, antique paintings and housed in the bridge pillars supporting the fascinating castle kitchens. Cheverny castle is a manor house decorated with beautiful furniture dating back to the 17th century, with well-preserved interiors. Experience what life was like during the Renaissance period in these royal French residences.
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