Château de Brissac

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Babeth Étiève-Cartwright
by Manfred Heyde
published on 28 February 2024
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First built in the 10th century, the Château de Brissac became the home of René de Cossé, the first Lord of Brissac in 1502 and it is now the residence of the 14th Duke of Brissac. It is located in the new town of Brissac Loire Aubance in the Maine-et-Loire, France.

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