Château de Champlitte
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Château de Champlitte dates back to the Renaissance, as evidenced by its elegant courtyard façade with two superimposed orders, Ionic and Corinthian (16C). In the 18C, the arcades on the ground floor were closed during the reconstruction undertaken by Besançon-born architect Claude-Joseph-Alexandre Bertrand, who also designed the Château de Moncley. The building, whose garden façade has a central rotunda, houses an interesting and well-stocked museum, the Musée des Arts et Traditions Populaires.


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