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I was lucky enough to go on a trip with my school to France right after I graduated from high school. During this trip, we visited some absolutely beautiful castles. I recently was reminded of my trip and it led me to think about my trip there. Here are a few of the castles that we saw:


Chateau de Chambord is one of the most well-known castles in France.

The gardens wrap for miles around the castle.

Chateau de Chenonceau was my very favorite castle. Looks standard here.

But it's a castle built on water. Absolutely beautiful.

Chateau d'Amboise was one of the few castles close to the community.

I love the way it drops way down off the bluff.

Versailles is obviously the most famous castle in France, for good reason.

But except for these amazing gardens, it's actually one of my least favorites.

Mont St. Michel is not really a castle, but it sure is gorgeous. The ground around it floods when the tide comes in (as seen here).

What memorable landmarks have you seen during travels?


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