LomoLocations: French Chateaux Revisited


Chateaux served as houses of powerful lords, often of nobility and royalty. Most French castles reek of relevant history and monarchical drama, which makes them more interesting. And though France has moved on from the monarchy with liberté, égalité, fraternité, they remain strong and solid as tourist attractions. Thankfully, Lomographers have been around France and regularly share images of these amazing castles.

Versailles, a home of baroque and rococo art

Credits: mikeluntzilla, growmanfrenchy & xsara

Mont Saint Michel, a fort in waters

Credits: fotobes & megustastu

Chateau d’Haroué of the valley

Credits: oliviermenard

Fontainebleau, chateau and a national museum

Credits: pierrickmorin, thiagodzn & dudizm

A castle with many views, the Chateau de Chantilly

Credits: aoba, laurarossetto & byron

Late Gothic and early Renaissance Chateau de Chenonceau

Credits: mbravo, isabelbatteria, tobilon, sebastien & 3nailuj

Preview image was shot on LomoChrome Turquoise.

2016-03-03 #places #travel #lomolocations #location #france #chateaux #chateaus #french-chateaus #french-chateaux


  1. ivaylo
    ivaylo ·


  2. theblues
    theblues ·

    @lomographymagazine actually it's chateauX (weird rules from french langage O:) )

  3. gazeofslate
    gazeofslate ·

    @theblues You're close but don't forget the accent. Châteaux.

  4. theblues
    theblues ·

    @gazeofslate ah ah ! So close... !

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