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  • Cindy

    The staircase attributed to Leonardo Da Vinci, constructed in 1520, at the Chateau de La Rochefoucauld, Charente, France

  • Anne Wade

    Chateau de la Rochefoucauld Stairway Amazing....see how the steps are smaller on one side...concentration a must when using spiral stairs

  • Abby Thiel

    Chateau de la Rochefoucauld #home interior decorators #design bedrooms #interior design and decoration| http://home-decor-inspirations-552.blogspot.com

  • Leesly Santiago

    Da Vinci Staircase, LaRochefoucauld, France <3 ... www.interestingbuildings.com

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