French Chateau Sits Down After Standing for More Than 500 Years

Photo: The former location of the Chateau What makes a French town a French town is its chateau. The chateau would be built, the town would grow up around it, and the town would be given a place on the map, under the name of the chateau, of course. The small town of Constitué in the South of France is home to its own chateau—le … Continue reading French Chateau Sits Down After Standing for More Than 500 Years