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Weekday Wanderlust | Places: Château La Durantie, Encore Une Fois

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Weekday Wanderlust | Places: Château La Durantie, Encore Une Fois

WE HAVE FEATURED Château La Durantie many times here at TIG, but every time we come across new photos, we can't help but revisit the French château, about an hour’s drive from Limoges, in the Dordogne, Southwest France. Built in 1840, the one-time residence of the Duke of Isly is now a popular wedding venue, and it's not difficult to see why, with its utterly romantic interiors and twelve acres of gardens. These beautiful images were created by UK-based Brett Charles Photography. Scroll through for more...

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