Château de Champs-sur-Marne

The Chateau de Champs-sur-Marne, 18 km east of Paris, is located in the department of Seine-Sur-Marne in the Ile de France. Built in the early eighteenth century. This is a jewel of classical architecture. Inside, tourists will discover decor and furnishings that seem to revive the refined pleasure houses of the Enlightenment.

Formerly, the castle of Champs-sur-Marne was built on a large estate belonging to the Financial Fish Bourvallais at the time of the reign of Louis XIV. Subsequently, it was the property of the Dukes de la Valliere. The latter welcomed the Encyclopedists Diderot, d'Alembert and Voltaire in the castle. Then it was leased from 1757 to 1758 by the Marquise de Pompadour. In the late nineteenth century, the castle was renovated by Louis Cahen d'Anvers.

The apartments are decorated according to the tastes of the owners who had owned the castle as: shades of the boudoir and the oval room, paneled lounge of Chinese rock, delicate woodwork of the room of the Marquise. In 1935, Charles Cahen d'Anvers, son of Louis, gave the castle to the state and the park spanning over 84 hectares. More recently a president of the Republic, Albert Lebrun, will transform the National Palace hosts prestigious residence in France. This task will be maintained until 1974.

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