Château de Haroué

Local nameChâteau de Haroué
LocationHaroué, France

The château de Craon, also known as the château d'Haroué or palais d'Haroué is a French château located in a small valley in the centre of the village of Haroué, in the Saintois, in the département of Meurthe-et-Moselle and the région of Lorraine. It was built between 1720 and 1732 by Germain Boffrand during the period when Lorraine was independent of France, for Marc de Beauvau, prince de Craon, viceroy of Tuscany and constable of Lorraine.

Surprisingly, the architect had to integrate into his plans the four towers and moat of an older medieval château, a consideration for medieval buildings which was unusual for the classicist period. Le château's design also symbolises a year :

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More information and contact

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

Official website http://www.chateaudeharoue.fr/

Email contact@chateaudeharoue.com

Phone +33 3 83 52 40 14

Address Haroué 54740, France

Coordinates 48°27'56.11" N 6°10'48.146" E

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