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The largest of all the manors of the Loire-river in France, Chambord, is classified as a World Heritage site. Recently, a renovation was completed that restored its French-style landscaped gardens, after a forty year absence. The occasion is celebrated by an exhibition of contemporary art, featuring some of the biggest names of the 20th century.

In related news, the Palace of Versailles, better known and visited still than Chambord, is revealing an until now well-kept secret: the Opéra Royal du Palais has now opened its doors to the public.