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Renaissance pavilion
The Renaissance pavilion at Sedan Castle (on the left in the photo) was built under Robert IV de La Marck (1512-1556). It is attributed to the royal architect of the castle of Anet, in the Loire Valley, built for Diane de Poitiers, mother-in-law of the Sedan prince Robert IV. Its façade is decorated with Tuscan pilasters and its chimney is decorated in trompe-l’œil with two superimposed windows. Shortly after its construction, the pavilion was extended by a half-timbered floor and incorporated into a larger dwelling on either side of the Great Tower for the princely family.
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