Château de la Vicomté - Elisabeth Marty

Meeting room hire ,  Company ,  Conference, seminar, exhibition halls at Blois

  • The title of Viscount, in France, was created under the king Charles le Simple (891 - 929 ).

    La Vicomté, in Blois, was one of the very first viscounties in the kingdom, as proven by documents dated 886, 895 and 899, mentioning Viscount Garnegaud and his wife Hélène.
    Robert the 1st and his wife Milesendre, was Viscount in the XVIII th century. The renowed Alard de Brabençon, also know as Alard de Darstenne, a nobleman from nearby Lisle en Vendômois, was Viscount in the XIVth century. In the XVth century the name Vaupereux (stone valley) appears for the first time.

    In 1505, La Vicomté is owned by Colas Doucet, ancestor of Cassandre Salviati, muse of the XVIth century well-known poet, Ronsard.

    Jean Cottereau, born in 1458, succedeed Colas Doucet at la Vicomté. A friend of Louis XII (surnamed Father of the People), he became First Secretary of the king in 1496, and then Treasurer of the Kingdom under Louis XII and then François 1er.
    His second daughter brought la Vicomté in dowry to her husband Guillaume de Beaune Semblançay.
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    • English
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    From 450 € to 900 €
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    From 600 € to 1950 €
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    From 80 € to 180 €
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