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Overlooking the Loir river, the 10th century fortress originally inhabited by the Counts of Blois presents feudal, Gothic and Renaissance architectural features introduced in succession: the large tower from the 12th century; the Dunois wing from the 15th century, and the Longueville wing from the 16th century, with their staircases showing how the distribution of space has evolved over the centuries.

The Sainte Chapelle from the 15th century still houses some fifteen statues and a wall painting depicting the Last Judgement. The Château also harbours a collection of Flemish and French tapestries from the 16th and 17th centuries.

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