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In the middle of France is this architecturally interesting house.
The architectural style is unusual but interesting.

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Lovely report! I was here fairly recently and it looks like things have been moved around a lot in a short space of time. That external is beautiful too, looks like something out of a fairytale. 

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Nice to see some different views from this house. A friend has been caught there... 

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