Château d'Écouen

Local nameChâteau d'Ecouen
LocationÉcouen, France

The Château d'Écouen is an historic château in the commune of Écouen, some 20 km north of Paris, France, and a notable example of French Renaissance architecture. Since 1975 it contains the collections of the Musée national de la Renaissance. The château was built between 1539 and 1555 for Anne de Montmorency, the Connétable de France or Grand Constable, chief minister and commander of the French army of King Francois I, and then for Henri II. It contains important collections of painting, sculpture, ceramics, stained glass, furniture, textiles and other arts of the French Renaissance.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_d'Écouen

Official website http://musee-renaissance.fr/

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/musee.renaissance.officiel

Coordinates 49°1'2.477" N 2°22'42.222" E

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