Travel to Fontainebleau a renowned suburban area southeast of Paris known for its beautiful forest and grand Royal Chateau.
Discover a part of provincial France at Fontainebleau, long the vacation home of the French royal family. Along with its surrounding gardens (which used to be a royal hunting park) the Château has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage since 1981 and was a popular retreat for kings as early as the time of Louis IX.
It was stripped of much of its furniture and grandeur during the French Revolution but was restored a decade later by Napoléon I who made the château into what it looks like today. The castle was first built in the Mannerist style dating from the Italian High Renaissance period around 1520.
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