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Marvels at the wonderful history of the royal monastery at Brou, a token of eternal love built in stone and marble in the early 16th century by Margaret of Austria to commemorate her love for her late husband Philibert the Fair, Duke of Savoy. Picture taken by Jennifer Pône

Marvels at the wonderful history of the royal monastery at Brou, a token of eternal love built in stone and marble in the early 16th century by Margaret of Austria to commemorate her love for her late husband Philibert the Fair, Duke of Savoy. Picture taken by Jennifer Pône

Marvels at the wonderful history of the royal monastery at Brou, a token of eternal love built in stone and marble in the early 16th century by Margaret of Austria to commemorate her love for her late husband Philibert the Fair, Duke of Savoy. Picture taken by Jennifer Pône

Marvels at the wonderful history of the royal monastery at Brou, a token of eternal love built in stone and marble in the early 16th century by Margaret of Austria to commemorate her love for her late husband Philibert the Fair, Duke of Savoy. Picture taken by Jennifer Pône

Marvels at the wonderful history of the royal monastery at Brou, a token of eternal love built in stone and marble in the early 16th century by Margaret of Austria to commemorate her love for her late husband Philibert the Fair, Duke of Savoy. Picture taken by Jennifer Pône

Marvels at the wonderful history of the royal monastery at Brou, a token of eternal love built in stone and marble in the early 16th century by Margaret of Austria to commemorate her love for her late husband Philibert the Fair, Duke of Savoy. Picture taken by Jennifer Pône

Marvels at the wonderful history of the royal monastery at Brou, a token of eternal love built in stone and marble in the early 16th century by Margaret of Austria to commemorate her love for her late husband Philibert the Fair, Duke of Savoy. Picture taken by Jennifer Pône

Marvels at the wonderful history of the royal monastery at Brou, a token of eternal love built in stone and marble in the early 16th century by Margaret of Austria to commemorate her love for her late husband Philibert the Fair, Duke of Savoy. Picture taken by Jennifer Pône

Marvels at the wonderful history of the royal monastery at Brou, a token of eternal love built in stone and marble in the early 16th century by Margaret of Austria to commemorate her love for her late husband Philibert the Fair, Duke of Savoy. Picture taken by Jennifer Pône

Marvels at the wonderful history of the royal monastery at Brou, a token of eternal love built in stone and marble in the early 16th century by Margaret of Austria to commemorate her love for her late husband Philibert the Fair, Duke of Savoy. Picture taken by Jennifer Pône

Marvels at the wonderful history of the royal monastery at Brou, a token of eternal love built in stone and marble in the early 16th century by Margaret of Austria to commemorate her love for her late husband Philibert the Fair, Duke of Savoy. Picture taken by Jennifer Pône

Marvels at the wonderful history of the royal monastery at Brou, a token of eternal love built in stone and marble in the early 16th century by Margaret of Austria to commemorate her love for her late husband Philibert the Fair, Duke of Savoy. Picture taken by Jennifer Pône

Marvels at the wonderful history of the royal monastery at Brou, a token of eternal love built in stone and marble in the early 16th century by Margaret of Austria to commemorate her love for her late husband Philibert the Fair, Duke of Savoy. Picture taken by Jennifer Pône

Marvels at the wonderful history of the royal monastery at Brou, a token of eternal love built in stone and marble in the early 16th century by Margaret of Austria to commemorate her love for her late husband Philibert the Fair, Duke of Savoy. Picture taken by Jennifer Pône

Marvels at the wonderful history of the royal monastery at Brou, a token of eternal love built in stone and marble in the early 16th century by Margaret of Austria to commemorate her love for her late husband Philibert the Fair, Duke of Savoy. Picture taken by Jennifer Pône

Marvels at the wonderful history of the royal monastery at Brou, a token of eternal love built in stone and marble in the early 16th century by Margaret of Austria to commemorate her love for her late husband Philibert the Fair, Duke of Savoy. Picture taken by Jennifer Pône

Marvels at the wonderful history of the royal monastery at Brou, a token of eternal love built in stone and marble in the early 16th century by Margaret of Austria to commemorate her love for her late husband Philibert the Fair, Duke of Savoy. Picture taken by Jennifer Pône

Marvels at the wonderful history of the royal monastery at Brou, a token of eternal love built in stone and marble in the early 16th century by Margaret of Austria to commemorate her love for her late husband Philibert the Fair, Duke of Savoy. Picture taken by Jennifer Pône

Marvels at the wonderful history of the royal monastery at Brou, a token of eternal love built in stone and marble in the early 16th century by Margaret of Austria to commemorate her love for her late husband Philibert the Fair, Duke of Savoy. Picture taken by Jennifer Pône

Marvels at the wonderful history of the royal monastery at Brou, a token of eternal love built in stone and marble in the early 16th century by Margaret of Austria to commemorate her love for her late husband Philibert the Fair, Duke of Savoy. Picture taken by Jennifer Pône