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Château d'Aon

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Castle Facts:

Location: Brocas, in the Landes departement of France (Aquitaine Region).
Built: Attested for the first time in inventory around 1645.
Condition: In good condition.
Ownership / Access: --
Notes: Château d'Aon is a castle located on the town of Brocas, in the French department of the Landes. Although the exact date of construction is not known, the castle is attested for the first time in the estate inventory of Peter II of Castelnau, who died March 31, 1645, who built after buying part of the field Lassalle-Bordes family. This branch of the family of Castelnau no longer took the title Baron than Brocas2. On July 18, 1809, the castle became by inheritance, Marie-Claude property Castelnau and her husband, Jean-François-Marie Aon, Baron of Hontanx. On this occasion Aon takes the title of Baron of Brocas. The castle consists of a main building shaped chartreuse, alongside which are two square pavilions One-and-one-story wing, located in the North.

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