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Explore #106: Chateau Congo, Belgium – September 2014

Explore #9 of the Taking the Piscine Tour After a revisit to Chateau d’Ah it was time for somewhere new – the huge but seriously knackered Chateau Congo. History (borrowed and amended from Rebecca’s blog) This large chateau was built in 1752 on 4 acres of land. The castle’s main facade is built in the Louis XIV style with whitewashed brick, and the outbuildings built in stone with the coat of arms of the Marquis of Radigues. The castle has…

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Explore #62a (revisit): Chateau d’Ah, Belgium – September 2014

Explore #8 of the Taking the Piscine Tour Day Three. We started our third and final day of the Belgium weekender with another revisit (for me) – the picturesque Chateau d’Ah. My report from my first explore can be seen here. Our Explore As with the first time I explored here, we arrived about an hour too early before dawn, so I spent the time have a nice lie down on the floor of one of the rooms and admiring…

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Explore #51a (revisit): Chateau de Noisy (aka Chateau Miranda), Belgium – August 2014

Explore #10 of the Gigawatts & Megalolz Tour Despite having already explored four locations and been on the go since 4.30am that morning, our team couldn’t resist rounding off Day Two with a revisit to the magical Chateau Noisy. History For a potted history of the castle, and lots more photos, please have a look at my report from my first visit back in April 2014. Our Explore This was a revisit for Darren and I, and Marlon had been…

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