Less than 40 miles southeast of PARIS are two of the most remarkable castles in France. One of them is the Vaux-le-Vicomte. It was the scene of significant historical events and the witness of the tragic eviction of its creator, Nicolas Fouquet, imprisoned following an incredible trial. The castle still remains a symbol and an inspiration. It is nicknamed the “little Versailles” because the main architects eventually built VERSAILLES by order of Louis XIV. The other castle is the Chateau de Fontainebleau whose construction began in the 12th century. It is one of the homes of French rulers as Francis I made it his favorite home until Napoleon III. Fontainebleau is part of the history of France, in particular the famous horseshoe-shaped staircase where Napoleon Bonaparte bids farewell to the old Guard after his failed invasion of Russia.
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