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Castle of Marmousets
This elegant building features a horizontal order with a slight indentation on both wings and repeated ribbed pilasters.
Two Ionic columns support an overhanging balcony, which is topped by an attic with arched pediment and carved two figures of angels.
It was acquired in the early nineteenth century by Jean-Baptiste de Nompère de Champagny, Duke of Cadore, then became the property of General Hulin.
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