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Manoir de Tromeur

Manoir de Tromeur
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Castle Facts:

Location: Sérent, in the Morbihan departement of France (Bretagne Region).
Built: 15th-18th century.
Condition: --
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Notes: Manoir de Tromeur is a castle located in the commune of Sérent in the Morbihan department (France). All manorial arose when organized around a square tower surrounded by walls, and consisted of a small mansion with a stair tower on the corner with a direct connection, a door-quarters, common , a dovecote and a well. In the eighteenth century, the mansion was enlarged by Collobel south and north facades are réhabillées to date and, inside, the parts are lambrissées1. But these developments are a very simple bill. It was also at this time that the park begins to be organized thanks to the passage of the main garden entrance side. In the nineteenth century the inner distribution of the mansion is divided in two with the construction of a staircase leading to the northern part of the manor. south side of inconspicuous rooms are furnished. From the original building, remodeled in 1740 by J. F. Collobel of Tromeur, there remains a portal and a "pretty" hexagonal tower that houses a staircase.

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