Châteaux of Ill Fortune
The châteaux of Chenonceau and Vaux-le-Vicomte – today among the premier tourist sites of France, and seen as shining exemplars of the glories of the nation’s architectural heritage – also bear witness to the insolvency and ingratitude of the French monarchy across two centuries.
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