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Monday, April 19, 2021

A secret world under a French castle | BBC Travel

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The Château de Brézé has hundreds of underground tunnels built below the French castle. Originally intended to be for an easy escape, the tunnels were never actually used. These bunkers would allow those in the castle to hide out from pandemics. They were equipped with bakeries and defensive galleries. However, much of the bunker still has not been discovered as it is not fully open to the public.

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