The Dazzling Château Of Queen Regent Catherine de’ Medici | Real Royalty

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The former hunting lodge of Beauregard houses an astonishing portrait gallery. Straddling the river Cher, Chenonceau is also known as the “Castle of Ladies”, in reference to its successive female residents – Diane de Poitiers and Catherine de Médicis. The Garden of Love and Garden of Music enchant visitors at Villandry. And finally, Brézé houses Europe’s largest underground fortress.

Kings and Princes built their palaces and summer residences in the most beautiful and strategically located spots. We will introduce individuals who walk the tightrope between tradition and modern-day reality by living and working in castles, châteaux and palaces or in their immediate vicinity. They will open doors that are normally closed to the outside world and reveal captivating stories.

From Elizabeth II to Cleopatra, Real Royalty peels back the curtain to give a glimpse into the lives of some of the most influential families in the world, with new full length documentaries posted every week covering the monarchies of today and all throughout history.

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