Château de Landskron

By: snowgood

Oct 26 2014

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Category: Architecture, Rural Community, Travel, Walking

1 Comment

Aperture:f/7.1
Focal Length:105mm
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Camera:Canon EOS 7D

Resisting the temptation to take a swig of my water we approached the castle through a typically rural setting.

A barn with a ladder outside, a small(but noisy) restaurant, and a few pumpkins next to an honesty box.

My chief delight was yet another dragonfly welcoming us to France, and before long we trudging uphill to our halfway point.

 Château de Landskron itself.

No English Heritage, or National Trust hoo ha here.

Despite this there were plaques written in three languages, so even us Brits had an inkling of what this structure was all about.

Perhaps the French ways aren’t so bad after all, we’d have been robbed of at least £25 back home for a similar experience.

 

 

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One comment on “Château de Landskron”

  1. ‘hoo ha’… that’s a new one. 😉


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