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Chateau Saint Loup
Chateau Saint Loup
Chateau Saint Loup
Chateau Saint Loup

Château Saint Loup, Saint Loup Lamaires.

Château Saint-Loup, also known as ‘Puss in Boots Castle’ is remarkable, one of the oldest Châteaux Rachael stayed in while traveling France. It wasn’t until Rachael and Andy were dining with the owner Charles one evening that they discovered that Château Saint-Loup was built by Claude Gouffier and his son Louis. The Gouffiers were also Marquis of Carabas in Italy, the family from whom Charles Perrault created the tale and the character Puss in Boots.

A cropped version of this image was published in Rachael’s book The French Cat.

Château Saint-Loup was photographed by Rachael using her H3 Hasselblad Digital Camera in Natural Light in Saint-Loup Lamaires, in the Loire Valley, France.

Rachael recommends this image be framed using a Black, White, Dark Wood, or Whitewashed Frame with or without a white border.

Chateau Saint Loup

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Château Saint Loup, Saint Loup Lamaires.

Château Saint-Loup, also known as ‘Puss in Boots Castle’ is remarkable, one of the oldest Châteaux Rachael stayed in while traveling France. It wasn’t until Rachael and Andy were dining with the owner Charles one evening that they discovered that Château Saint-Loup was built by Claude Gouffier and his son Louis. The Gouffiers were also Marquis of Carabas in Italy, the family from whom Charles Perrault created the tale and the character Puss in Boots.

A cropped version of this image was published in Rachael’s book The French Cat.

Château Saint-Loup was photographed by Rachael using her H3 Hasselblad Digital Camera in Natural Light in Saint-Loup Lamaires, in the Loire Valley, France.

Rachael recommends this image be framed using a Black, White, Dark Wood, or Whitewashed Frame with or without a white border.

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