ChÃ¢teau de Gaujacq
A 17th century seignioral home, built in the reign of Louis XIV by a Lieutenant general of the Army. The architecture is rare and original. It is structured around an inner garden, surrounded by an Italian-style gallery.
Discover the immaculate harmony of the 17th and 18th century partments, furnished and occupied today, enhanced with decorative woodwork and painted panels. This chateau is a unique example in Europe owing to its specific construction and geographical location.
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