In the confines of Saintonge, in the heart of the Fins Bois Cognac region, lies the quiet village of Charente Neuvicq with it’s Châteua de Neuvicq, a magnificent jewel of the Renaissance is an historical monument.
Communal property since 1904, it was built in the fifteenth and seventeenth centuries on the site of a fortified building of the XII century.
Visitors can stroll along the trails around the exhibitions and what was proposed in the castle of the Marquis de Montespan.
Taken en-route out and will be going back to get nearer! But for me this sums up another beautiful region in Autumn!
information translated from wiki
17 November ’12
Canon 500d 18-200mm lens