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château de Suscinio .Presqu’île de Rhuys .Sept 2019
Inside we can see François II Duke of Brittany's tomb .
François II ,was Duchess Ann's father .She had to accept the annexion of her Duchy to the Kingdom of France .Upon the death of her first husband Charles VIII who banged his forehead on the lintel of a low door at Amboise and died after agonizing for many hours on the spot as no-one knew what to do ,she had to marry Louis XII his successor,thus becoming twice Queen of France.
I posted photos of her first marriage at the château of Langeais.(see below)
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Actually it was Charles VIII who suffered that horrible death janet. Thanks and hugs back to you.♥☺♥☺♥


How funny Faye that a place should be called just "Presqu'île" . But yours is a very nice park and I'm glad since it has "lost" its golf course and hotel and the kind of people that usually go with them that it looks more like a destination for families and outdoor activities ♥☺♥☺♥


An amazing building thanks Andie, a grim history for Francois II. Hugs ♥☺♥☺♥


We have a Presqu’île, too:


It has been restored Jill but some parts of it have crumbled and you can still see the ruins.♥☺♥☺♥


Really like the turrets atop the towers, great building. TFS


My pleasure Lia .The story of the Kings and Queens of France (and England) fascinates me.
I think if that had been possible I would have loved to teach both English and History.


Thank you, for the picture, but more for the story.


Château de Langeais .

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