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Château de Montal - 40 | From 1519 onwards, Jeanne de Balsac, the wife of Amaury de Montal, Lord of Roquebrou, had major work done on the site of an old mediaeval edifice to create Château de Montal. Jeanne de Balzac, who had been widowed since 1510, abandoned work on her project from 1534 after the death of her eldest son Robert, for whom she was building it. Originally, two portico galleries were to close off the inner courtyard. Only two of the four planned wings we

Château de Montal - 40 | From 1519 onwards, Jeanne de Balsac, the wife of Amaury de Montal, Lord of Roquebrou, had major work done on the site of an old mediaeval edifice to create Château de Montal. Jeanne de Balzac, who had been widowed since 1510, abandoned work on her project from 1534 after the death of her eldest son Robert, for whom she was building it. Originally, two portico galleries were to close off the inner courtyard. Only two of the four planned wings we

Château de Montal - 66 | From 1519 onwards, Jeanne de Balsac, the wife of Amaury de Montal, Lord of Roquebrou, had major work done on the site of an old mediaeval edifice to create Château de Montal. Jeanne de Balzac, who had been widowed since 1510, abandoned work on her project from 1534 after the death of her eldest son Robert, for whom she was building it. Originally, two portico galleries were to close off the inner courtyard. Only two of the four planned wings we

Château de Montal - 66 | From 1519 onwards, Jeanne de Balsac, the wife of Amaury de Montal, Lord of Roquebrou, had major work done on the site of an old mediaeval edifice to create Château de Montal. Jeanne de Balzac, who had been widowed since 1510, abandoned work on her project from 1534 after the death of her eldest son Robert, for whom she was building it. Originally, two portico galleries were to close off the inner courtyard. Only two of the four planned wings we

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