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At 5 minutes from the City-Close of Concarneau in South Finistère in Brittany, on the heights of the city, discover the atypical destinies of the Princess Imperial Russian Zénaïde Narisckine and her husband Charles County Chauveau, related to that of a castle extraordinary that dates back to the 13th century, transformed into a real jewel of architecture of the 19th century.
History and famous characters
Near CONCARNEAU, Keriolet built between 1863 and 1883 in the Gothic Revival style by architect Joseph Bigot by successive enlargements had sponsors Zénaïde Narischkine and her husband, the count of Chauveau.
Both external and domestic sets include broad elements Recalling Breton history and tradition: here, a couple in traditional costume, here, of the legs of ermine, symbol of breton nationalism or a statue of Anne of Brittany in the Park.
My castle is visitable
08/06/2015 10:30 to 18:00 09/28/2015 periodicity: annually open the 2nd week of June to the 3rd week of September included: from 10 h 30 to 13 h and from 14 h to 18 h except on Saturday afternoon before season: inquire rates normal rate : €5 youth fare: €3 7 to 15 group rate: €4.50 from 15 pers on booking other rates: package family (2 adults + children): €14