Château de Clermont-Tonnerre à Bertangles
This 18th century château is one of the finest in the Amiens area. In French Regency style, it is a listed historical monument. It has sculpted façades and ornamental gates with a hunting theme, created by "Le Vivarais".
This 18th century Regencystyle castle is one of the most beautiful in the Amiens region. This building, listed as a historical monument, has sculpted frontages and frame gates depicting hunting scenes by "Le Vivarais".
In 1918, the Chateau of Bertangles was the Australian Corps Headquarters. Manfred von Richtofen, otherwise known as the Red Baron, was shot down near Corbie and later buried with full military honours in the cemetery at Bertangles. On the 12 August 1918, George V visited the chateau to give General Sir John Monash, the commander of the Australian Corps, his knighthood.
Historical monuments category
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- Temporary exhibitions