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    Château de la Roque d’Anthéron

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    La Roque-d'Anthéron

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    13640

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    It was Annibal de Forbin, the grandson of the lord who summoned the Waldensians in 1513, who decided to build this 16th century chateau in Provençal Renaissance style. Although called the Château de Florans after the name of the last noble family, it actually belonged to the Forbins, the family to whom Provence owes the fact that it is French and was made an equal ally rather than being annexed. There is a motto engraved in this magnificent chateau (which, unfortunately, is not open to the public): “You made me count, I make you king”. This was given by Louis XI to Palamède de Forbin as a token of thanks for his help in affiliating the two kingdoms of France and King René. The amazing park hosts the world’s largest piano festival every year. It was Annibal de Forbin, the grandson of the lord who summoned the Waldensians in 1513, who decided to build this 16th century chateau in Provençal Renaissance style. Although called the Château de Florans after the name of the last noble family, it actually belonged to the Forbins, the family to whom Provence owes the fact that it is French and was made an equal ally rather than being annexed. There is a motto engraved in this magnificent chateau (which, unfortunately, is not open to the public): “You made me count, I make you king”. This was given by Louis XI to Palamède de Forbin as a token of thanks for his help in affiliating the two kingdoms of France and King René. The amazing park hosts the world’s largest piano festival every year. It was Annibal de Forbin, the grandson of the lord who summoned the Waldensians in 1513, who decided to build this 16th century chateau in Provençal Renaissance style. Although called the Château de Florans after the name of the last noble family, it actually belonged to the Forbins, the family to whom Provence owes the fact that it is French and was made an equal ally rather than being annexed. There is a motto engraved in this magnificent chateau (which, unfortunately, is not open to the public): “You made me count, I make you king”. This was given by Louis XI to Palamède de Forbin as a token of thanks for his help in affiliating the two kingdoms of France and King René. The amazing park hosts the world’s largest piano festival every year. It was Annibal de Forbin, the grandson of the lord who summoned the Waldensians in 1513, who decided to build this 16th century chateau in Provençal Renaissance style. Although called the Château de Florans after the name of the last noble family, it actually belonged to the Forbins, the family to whom Provence owes the fact that it is French and was made an equal ally rather than being annexed. There is a motto engraved in this magnificent chateau (which, unfortunately, is not open to the public): “You made me count, I make you king”. This was given by Louis XI to Palamède de Forbin as a token of thanks for his help in affiliating the two kingdoms of France and King René. The amazing park hosts the world’s largest piano festival every year. It was Annibal de Forbin, the grandson of the lord who summoned the Waldensians in 1513, who decided to build this 16th century chateau in Provençal Renaissance style. Although called the Château de Florans after the name of the last noble family, it actually belonged to the Forbins, the family to whom Provence owes the fact that it is French and was made an equal ally rather than being annexed. There is a motto engraved in this magnificent chateau (which, unfortunately, is not open to the public): “You made me count, I make you king”. This was given by Louis XI to Palamède de Forbin as a token of thanks for his help in affiliating the two kingdoms of France and King René. The amazing park hosts the world’s largest piano festival every year. It was Annibal de Forbin, the grandson of the lord who summoned the Waldensians in 1513, who decided to build this 16th century chateau in Provençal Renaissance style. Although called the Château de Florans after the name of the last noble family, it actually belonged to the Forbins, the family to whom Provence owes the fact that it is French and was made an equal ally rather than being annexed. There is a motto engraved in this magnificent chateau (which, unfortunately, is not open to the public): “You made me count, I make you king”. This was given by Louis XI to Palamède de Forbin as a token of thanks for his help in affiliating the two kingdoms of France and King René. The amazing park hosts the world’s largest piano festival every year. It was Annibal de Forbin, the grandson of the lord who summoned the Waldensians in 1513, who decided to build this 16th century chateau in Provençal Renaissance style. Although called the Château de Florans after the name of the last noble family, it actually belonged to the Forbins, the family to whom Provence owes the fact that it is French and was made an equal ally rather than being annexed. There is a motto engraved in this magnificent chateau (which, unfortunately, is not open to the public): “You made me count, I make you king”. This was given by Louis XI to Palamède de Forbin as a token of thanks for his help in affiliating the two kingdoms of France and King René. The amazing park hosts the world’s largest piano festival every year.


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      Le château de La Roque d’Anthéron : XVIème siècle et Renaissance provençale, c’est Annibal de Forbin, petit fils du seigneur qui avait fait venir les vaudois en 1513, qui en décide la construction. On l’appelle château d…

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      La Roque-d'Anthéron

      Code postal

      13640

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      Le château de La Roque d’Anthéron : XVIème siècle et Renaissance provençale, c’est Annibal de Forbin, petit fils du seigneur qui avait fait venir les vaudois en 1513, qui en décide la construction. On l’appelle château de Florans du nom de la dernière famille seigneuriale ; c’est en fait le château des Forbin, famille à qui la Provence doit d’être française aujourd’hui, sans avoir été annexée, mais en s’étant allié d’égal à égal. Dans ce magnifique château malheureusement non visitable, on trouve une maxime gravée : « Tu m’a fait comte, je te fais Roy » !.. Elle fut donnée par Louis XI à Palamède de Forbin, en remerciement de son aide au rattachement des deux royaumes : celui de France et celui du Roy René. C’est dans son parc étonnant que se déroule chaque année, le plus grand des festivals de piano du monde. Le château de La Roque d’Anthéron : XVIème siècle et Renaissance provençale, c’est Annibal de Forbin, petit fils du seigneur qui avait fait venir les vaudois en 1513, qui en décide la construction. On l’appelle château de Florans du nom de la dernière famille seigneuriale ; c’est en fait le château des Forbin, famille à qui la Provence doit d’être française aujourd’hui, sans avoir été annexée, mais en s’étant allié d’égal à égal. Dans ce magnifique château malheureusement non visitable, on trouve une maxime gravée : « Tu m’a fait comte, je te fais Roy » !.. Elle fut donnée par Louis XI à Palamède de Forbin, en remerciement de son aide au rattachement des deux royaumes : celui de France et celui du Roy René. C’est dans son parc étonnant que se déroule chaque année, le plus grand des festivals de piano du monde. Le château de La Roque d’Anthéron : XVIème siècle et Renaissance provençale, c’est Annibal de Forbin, petit fils du seigneur qui avait fait venir les vaudois en 1513, qui en décide la construction. On l’appelle château de Florans du nom de la dernière famille seigneuriale ; c’est en fait le château des Forbin, famille à qui la Provence doit d’être française aujourd’hui, sans avoir été annexée, mais en s’étant allié d’égal à égal. Dans ce magnifique château malheureusement non visitable, on trouve une maxime gravée : « Tu m’a fait comte, je te fais Roy » !.. Elle fut donnée par Louis XI à Palamède de Forbin, en remerciement de son aide au rattachement des deux royaumes : celui de France et celui du Roy René. C’est dans son parc étonnant que se déroule chaque année, le plus grand des festivals de piano du monde. Le château de La Roque d’Anthéron : XVIème siècle et Renaissance provençale, c’est Annibal de Forbin, petit fils du seigneur qui avait fait venir les vaudois en 1513, qui en décide la construction. On l’appelle château de Florans du nom de la dernière famille seigneuriale ; c’est en fait le château des Forbin, famille à qui la Provence doit d’être française aujourd’hui, sans avoir été annexée, mais en s’étant allié d’égal à égal. Dans ce magnifique château malheureusement non visitable, on trouve une maxime gravée : « Tu m’a fait comte, je te fais Roy » !.. Elle fut donnée par Louis XI à Palamède de Forbin, en remerciement de son aide au rattachement des deux royaumes : celui de France et celui du Roy René. C’est dans son parc étonnant que se déroule chaque année, le plus grand des festivals de piano du monde. Le château de La Roque d’Anthéron : XVIème siècle et Renaissance provençale, c’est Annibal de Forbin, petit fils du seigneur qui avait fait venir les vaudois en 1513, qui en décide la construction. On l’appelle château de Florans du nom de la dernière famille seigneuriale ; c’est en fait le château des Forbin, famille à qui la Provence doit d’être française aujourd’hui, sans avoir été annexée, mais en s’étant allié d’égal à égal. Dans ce magnifique château malheureusement non visitable, on trouve une maxime gravée : « Tu m’a fait comte, je te fais Roy » !.. Elle fut donnée par Louis XI à Palamède de Forbin, en remerciement de son aide au rattachement des deux royaumes : celui de France et celui du Roy René. C’est dans son parc étonnant que se déroule chaque année, le plus grand des festivals de piano du monde. Le château de La Roque d’Anthéron : XVIème siècle et Renaissance provençale, c’est Annibal de Forbin, petit fils du seigneur qui avait fait venir les vaudois en 1513, qui en décide la construction. On l’appelle château de Florans du nom de la dernière famille seigneuriale ; c’est en fait le château des Forbin, famille à qui la Provence doit d’être française aujourd’hui, sans avoir été annexée, mais en s’étant allié d’égal à égal. Dans ce magnifique château malheureusement non visitable, on trouve une maxime gravée : « Tu m’a fait comte, je te fais Roy » !.. Elle fut donnée par Louis XI à Palamède de Forbin, en remerciement de son aide au rattachement des deux royaumes : celui de France et celui du Roy René. C’est dans son parc étonnant que se déroule chaque année, le plus grand des festivals de piano du monde. Le château de La Roque d’Anthéron : XVIème siècle et Renaissance provençale, c’est Annibal de Forbin, petit fils du seigneur qui avait fait venir les vaudois en 1513, qui en décide la construction. On l’appelle château de Florans du nom de la dernière famille seigneuriale ; c’est en fait le château des Forbin, famille à qui la Provence doit d’être française aujourd’hui, sans avoir été annexée, mais en s’étant allié d’égal à égal. Dans ce magnifique château malheureusement non visitable, on trouve une maxime gravée : « Tu m’a fait comte, je te fais Roy » !.. Elle fut donnée par Louis XI à Palamède de Forbin, en remerciement de son aide au rattachement des deux royaumes : celui de France et celui du Roy René. C’est dans son parc étonnant que se déroule chaque année, le plus grand des festivals de piano du monde.


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        It was Annibal de Forbin, the grandson of the lord who summoned the Waldensians in 1513, who decided to build this 16th century chateau in Provençal Renaissance style. Although called the Château de Florans after the name of the last noble family, it actually belonged to the Forbins, the family to whom Provence owes the fact that it is French and was made an equal ally rather than being annexed. There is a motto engraved in this magnificent chateau (which, unfortunately, is not open to the public): “You made me count, I make you king”. This was given by Louis XI to Palamède de Forbin as a token of thanks for his help in affiliating the two kingdoms of France and King René. The amazing park hosts the world’s largest piano festival every year. It was Annibal de Forbin, the grandson of the lord who summoned the Waldensians in 1513, who decided to build this 16th century chateau in Provençal Renaissance style. Although called the Château de Florans after the name of the last noble family, it actually belonged to the Forbins, the family to whom Provence owes the fact that it is French and was made an equal ally rather than being annexed. There is a motto engraved in this magnificent chateau (which, unfortunately, is not open to the public): “You made me count, I make you king”. This was given by Louis XI to Palamède de Forbin as a token of thanks for his help in affiliating the two kingdoms of France and King René. The amazing park hosts the world’s largest piano festival every year. It was Annibal de Forbin, the grandson of the lord who summoned the Waldensians in 1513, who decided to build this 16th century chateau in Provençal Renaissance style. Although called the Château de Florans after the name of the last noble family, it actually belonged to the Forbins, the family to whom Provence owes the fact that it is French and was made an equal ally rather than being annexed. There is a motto engraved in this magnificent chateau (which, unfortunately, is not open to the public): “You made me count, I make you king”. This was given by Louis XI to Palamède de Forbin as a token of thanks for his help in affiliating the two kingdoms of France and King René. The amazing park hosts the world’s largest piano festival every year. It was Annibal de Forbin, the grandson of the lord who summoned the Waldensians in 1513, who decided to build this 16th century chateau in Provençal Renaissance style. Although called the Château de Florans after the name of the last noble family, it actually belonged to the Forbins, the family to whom Provence owes the fact that it is French and was made an equal ally rather than being annexed. There is a motto engraved in this magnificent chateau (which, unfortunately, is not open to the public): “You made me count, I make you king”. This was given by Louis XI to Palamède de Forbin as a token of thanks for his help in affiliating the two kingdoms of France and King René. The amazing park hosts the world’s largest piano festival every year. It was Annibal de Forbin, the grandson of the lord who summoned the Waldensians in 1513, who decided to build this 16th century chateau in Provençal Renaissance style. Although called the Château de Florans after the name of the last noble family, it actually belonged to the Forbins, the family to whom Provence owes the fact that it is French and was made an equal ally rather than being annexed. There is a motto engraved in this magnificent chateau (which, unfortunately, is not open to the public): “You made me count, I make you king”. This was given by Louis XI to Palamède de Forbin as a token of thanks for his help in affiliating the two kingdoms of France and King René. The amazing park hosts the world’s largest piano festival every year. It was Annibal de Forbin, the grandson of the lord who summoned the Waldensians in 1513, who decided to build this 16th century chateau in Provençal Renaissance style. Although called the Château de Florans after the name of the last noble family, it actually belonged to the Forbins, the family to whom Provence owes the fact that it is French and was made an equal ally rather than being annexed. There is a motto engraved in this magnificent chateau (which, unfortunately, is not open to the public): “You made me count, I make you king”. This was given by Louis XI to Palamède de Forbin as a token of thanks for his help in affiliating the two kingdoms of France and King René. The amazing park hosts the world’s largest piano festival every year. It was Annibal de Forbin, the grandson of the lord who summoned the Waldensians in 1513, who decided to build this 16th century chateau in Provençal Renaissance style. Although called the Château de Florans after the name of the last noble family, it actually belonged to the Forbins, the family to whom Provence owes the fact that it is French and was made an equal ally rather than being annexed. There is a motto engraved in this magnificent chateau (which, unfortunately, is not open to the public): “You made me count, I make you king”. This was given by Louis XI to Palamède de Forbin as a token of thanks for his help in affiliating the two kingdoms of France and King René. The amazing park hosts the world’s largest piano festival every year.


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