Château de Chambord, designed as a hunting lodge by François I in 1519, has more than 300 fireplaces which are much less decorative than those of Blois Castle. Despite their dimensions, they were hard put to heat the enormous rooms
Le château de Chambord, conçu comme résidence de chasse par François I à partir de 1519, possède plus de 300 cheminées, beaucoup moins décoratives que celles du château de Blois. Malgré leurs dimensions, elles avaient du mal à chauffer les énormes pièces.
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