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Pomanders, beauty spot boxes, toiletries, antique bathtubs, perfume cabinets, miniatures... The Château de Chamerolles will immerse you in the history of perfume and hygiene over the centuries, up to the rapid
development of current marketing campaigns and fine-cut perfume bottles. Rising up at the heart of a green
setting, its towers overlook a Renaissance garden, made up of six flower beds created in the late 16th
century by Lancelot II du Lac upon returning from Italy. On the other side, opposite the lake, the Grande
Halle de Chamerolles emerges behind the trees. Entirely refurbished, it is captivating for both the quality
of its exhibitions and the beauty of its roof structure, considered as one of the most impressive in the region.

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Additional Photos by Philippe guillard (papagolf21) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 10549 W: 884 N: 19720] (81646)
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