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No, I didn't travel. But one of the friends of my daughter Jam asked if I can do something good about this picture. And here's what I did.


I didn't get the name of this place or the building. So, if anyone can identify it, please let me know.



This is Chateau de Chambord Castle in Loire Valley, France, identified by John aka Extra Medium.


Château de Chambord is famous for its double staircase designed by Leonardo da Vinci which is wide enough to allow soldiers on horseback to ride up and down but without seeing each other. The château has a mere 440 rooms and 365 chimneys –one for each day of the year!


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Taken on November 22, 2006