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An Italian-inspired architecture
Since 1816, the mansion of Brégançon Castle has been mostly occupied by the Sabran family, descending from Simon Sabran and linked to the Tézenas du Montcel family following the marriage of Marguerite Sabran and Georges Tézenas du Montcel, the grandparents of the current owner. Yet it is to Géorgine Barronet, the wife of the ephemeral owner Adolphe Auguste Chappon, that the Sabran-Tézenas owe the contemporary appearance of their house. Sensitive to the architecture of northern Italy, she had rebuilt, on the foundations of the former farm of Fort de Brégançon, a three-towered castle with frescoes on the ground floor walls and mosaics on the floors as well as a chapel.
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