Sometimes modern architecture is too square and boxy for my taste and that's when I take my camera and go on a walk in search of historic buildings. Most towns have a few historic masterpieces, at least a church or old government building. Boise's Idanha Hotel Built in 1901 - Rumored to be HauntedHere's one of my favorites in Boise, Idaho...the Idanha Hotel, built in 1901 using French Chateau Style architecture.At the time of construction, owners bragged of having Idaho'... continue reading
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The Chateau de Chenonceau, near the small village of Chenonceaux, in the Indre-et-Loire departement of the Loire Valley in France, 18 miles east of Tours.Built on the river Cher, where the unique beauty of its architecture reflects in the water, the Chateau de Chenonceau is the Val de Loire’s finial.The Chateau is not visible from the road so you have to pay before even getting a peek at the residence.The Chateau de Chenonceau - the "perfect" Loire Valley Castle in the harmonious... continue reading
Chateau d'Amboise has been home to some important historical figures and events. Amboise is situated 15km to the east of Tours on the D751 or the N152 or via the A10 motorway (Paris-Bordeaux) exit 21.Amboise is also well served by trains and buses on the Blois-Tours line.The royal Chateau at Amboise is a chateau located in Amboise, in the Indre-et-Loire department of the Loire Valley in France. The Chateau at Amboise was originally built in the 11th century.The chateau rises above its... continue reading
The Chateau de Chambord is one of the most famous castles in the French Loire Valley. This is the largest of the Loire castles. The chateau's plan is pure Renaissance.It is a Royal castle because it used to be the retreat of some of the most powerful French kings.The French Renaissance style Chateau Chambord retains architectural harmony. The massive castle is composed of a central keep with four immense bastion towers at the corners.King Francis I built Chateau Chambord in the Sixteenth... continue reading
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