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Visite du Château de Losmonerie - Journées du Patrimoine

The château de Losmonerie was built around 1540 by Jean Chantois, elected for the King, in the spirit of a Renaissance house in the countryside (tower, staircase, gallery, chapel). In the following century, Jean de Lubersac made up the whole of the courtyard and enriched the interior with numerous pictorial decorations. In the 18th century, officers from the Limoges Finance Office, the Texandier de Losmonerie, brought the refinement of the 18th century to the interior (tapestries and furniture classified as Historic Monuments). Painted decoration of 18th century orangery. Terraced garden overlooking the Vienne River. After a long period of abandonment, the castle is being restored since 2008. The restoration of the garden overlooking the Vienne has also been completed and it is possible to discover it during the visit. A living wicker pavilion, anchored on the Vienne River, was created by Emmanuel Puybonnieux, winner of the creation prize at the Chaumont sur Loire garden festival. Translated with (free version)
Visit accompanied by the owners from 2pm to 6.30pm. Visit accompanied by a raspberry tasting. Tariff: 4€; free - 10 years old. Saturday afternoon: demonstration of ancient weapons by "Les lames d'Aïssa" and demonstration of hurdy-gurdy and concert with "Pimparella" (Pâquerette in Occitan). On Sunday: bagpipe concert by the ensemble "Les trois bourdons".

Family friendly

From 18th to 19th September 2021, Saturday and Sunday from 14:00 to 18:30.

Visite du Château de Losmonerie - Journées du Patrimoine
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Distance to train station
A 5 mn de la gare

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