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Amboise

Special guided tours on the theme “Anne of Brittany or women AND power” AND celebrations of St Anne’s feast day.

1514-2014 Anne of Brittany

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Anne of Brittany died on 9 January 1514. Forced to marry her powerful neighbour the king of France, she was first the wife of Charles VIII AND then of Louis XII, AND was successful in retaining the relative autonomy of her dukedom vis-à-vis the kingdom of France. She was a cultured woman who surrounded herself with writers, poets AND artists, whose reputation she ensured, as was the case with the illuminator Jean Bourdichon AND the sculptor Michel Colombe. Anne of Brittany lived in the Royal Château of Amboise with the French king Charles VIII from 1491 until the tragic death of her husb AND in 1498.

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A Thread of Silk, from China to Amboise

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To celebrate the 50 years of diplomatic relations between France and China, the Royal Château of Amboise is hosting the ' A Thread of Silk, from China to Amboise ' exhibition, which is open daily from 17 April to 16 November. The event will highlight the fascination of the French with Chinese culture and the long-standing trade and cultural relations and exchanges between the two countries. Some silks belonging to the collections of the château will be on special display in the royal apartments and enriched by pieces generously loaned for the exhibition. The collection’s exhibits can be admired as part of a visit to the royal apartments.

This historical heritage initiative has been introduced by the Fondation Saint-Louis, supported by the 'Tours, cité de la Soie' (Tours, City of Silk) association and the Commissariat Général Français to celebrate the 50 years of diplomatic relations between France and China.

Exposição apresentada em francês, inglês e chinês, acessível e com direito à entrada no castelo. (10,70 euros)

The exhibition is enriched by exhibits from the Fine Arts Museum in Tours, the private archives of the Maison de France and private collectors.

Exhibition in French, English and Chinese, open to visitors with an entry ticket to the château. (10.70€)

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Christmas over the centuries

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“Noël, Noël!”. This joyful princely cry still resonates today in this royal residence. However, events celebrating the nativity have changed considerably over the centuries. Visitors will discover the origins of these traditions from the Renaissance AND the 18C AND 19C. A superbly decorated royal residence.

Bilingual commentaries (French AND English) AND Christmas music via the audio-guide (in addition to the audio-guided tour of the permanent collections). Visit included in the general entry ticket to the château. Audio-guide supplement (4€), including commentary on the permanent collections (available in French, English, German, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Russian, Polish, Brazilian Portuguese, Japanese, M ANDarin AND Korean).

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