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Château des Écorces

Château des Écorces
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Castle Facts:

Location: Chemazé, in the Loire-Atlantique departement of France (Pays de la Loire Region).
Built: 19th century.
Condition: --.
Ownership / Access: Private property.
Notes: The Château des Écorces is located in the commune of Chemazé, in the department of Mayenne, in France.In the sixteenth century, the fief of the Bark belongs to the Le Verrier family, a chapel was founded in 1522 by François Leverrier, a priest, a tufa virgin from this chapel is preserved in the Notre Dame a la Rose oratory Chemazé. In the eighteenth century the fief of the bark was a vassal fief of the marquisate of Château-Gontier In 1750, the estate was acquired by Charles Bucher des Brosses, Anselme's uncle René Bucher de Chauvigne, Lord of the Bark and Mayor of Angers in 1785. In 1830, under the leadership of Anselme François Bucher de Chauvigné eldest son of Anselme René, Lord of the Bark, Mayor of Chemazé from 1815 to 1821, the castle is built on the site of an ancient residence. It is remodeled, restored and surrounded by a park at the end of the nineteenth century.

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