"The single greatest assemblage over time of French architecture and décor still in its original state"

October 3, 2016

Founded as a chateau in the early 10th century, Fountainebleu was elaborately expanded over the next five centuries, becoming perhaps the most exquisite example of centuries of French architecture, rivaling if not surpassing the more famous Versailles. 



Fontainebleau: A Forgotten Treasure 

By Thad Carhart 

The New York Times 

September 27, 2016

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