Chateau du Roi René, or 'Castle of King René', is a beautiful, fortified castle found in the town of Tarascon, in the Bouches-du-Rhone department of France. Built in 1439 by René, the King of Provence, Chateau du Roi René is notable for its large towers and walls, striking terraces, and its unique ochre-colored stone. Inside the walls are gracefully appointed, symbol-filled rooms, many of which have legendary stories associated with them. Visitors are treated to a wealth of archeological remains, like an inner courtyard and reconstructed medieval garden, as well as hidden treasures like water wheels and secret passages. Château du Roi René is perfect for tourists looking to explore and enjoy the French countryside.
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