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Chateau De Menars

La Loire et le château de Ménars - France

Castles of France - Château de Menars

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de Menars- dvorac madam Pompadur preuredio je i prosirio arhitekta Zak Anz Gabrijel

Manufacture de Sèvres Pendule Vers 1762 Signature du cadran et du mouvement : Romilly Porcelaine tendre H. : 30 cm. ; L. : 22 cm. Provenance : Marquise de Pompadour, au château de Ménars (avec les pots-pourris OA 11306 - OA 11307) ; Etienne-François de Choiseul-Stainville, duc de Choiseul (1719 - 1785) ; Edouard Chappey ; E.M. Hodgkins ; Sir Robert Abdy ; Sir Valentine AbdyAcquisition 1982 | Musée du Louvre | Paris

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Château de Ménars

Chateaux de la Loire : Menars

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Roslin,Poisson Marigny brother of kings mistress Marquise Pompadour_Residences[edit] 1752-1778: Hôtel de Marigny, built in 1640, rue Saint-Thomas-du-Louvre (demolished, the site today is the corner of the Richelieu wing of the Louvre and the north-east corner of the "pyramide du Louvre"). The Direction générale des Bâtiments was located there until 1773. 1778-1781: Hôtel de Massiac, Place des Victoires, built in 1635. 1754-1781: Château of Marigny-en-Orxois, a renovated medieval castle…

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France's $100 Million Palace Pompadour: A Royal Chateau Restored By A Press-Shy Philanthropist

Chateau de Menars (Palace Pompadour) on the Lorie River - France

Palace Pompadour The exterior of Chateau de Menars, which is referred to as Palace Pompadour by its philanthropic owner, Edmond Baysari. The regal retreat was once owned by Madame de Pompadour, a prolific patroness of the arts and the chief mistress of France's King Louis XV, during the 18th century. It is the only 100% privately held royal chateau in France's Loire Valley.