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    Chateau de la Rochefoucauld, stairs attributed to Leonardo da Vinci's design

  • C. M.

    Chateau de la Rochefoucauld stairway, France.

  • Angie Christie

    Chateau de la Rochefoucauld Stairway II by Chris Tarling - I adore these stairs not quite right for the beach house but l love the curve

  • Lue Parker

    Chateau de la Rochefoucauld Stairway / Photo by Chris #hotel interior design #office design #interior design office #home design #home interior decorators

  • Terri Payne

    Chateau de la Rochefoucauld Stairway. I am a sucker for a spiral staircase.

  • DeAnna Gibbons

    Designfull Architecture: Chateau de La Rochefoucauld Stairway

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Chateau de la Rochefoucauld Stairway

Chateau de la Rochefoucauld Stairway / Photo by Chris Tarling.

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Chateau-de-la-Rochefoucauld stairway, France. Spectacular double helix open staircase is the centerpiece of the château. The two helixes ascend three floors without ever meeting, illuminated from above by a sort of light house at the highest point of the château. There are suggestions that Leonardo da Vinci may have designed the staircase but this has not been confirmed.

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French chateau 5 by ruthhallam, via Flickr

abandoned rustic gothic staircase

Melk Abbey stairwell, Austria

  • Cat Harper

    Melk Abbey staircase...it's amazing. Check out my "places I've been album" for another shot of this staircase...the colors are pink and gold...amazing!

  • April Howard

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  • Amy Dean

    Beautiful..

  • Kelsey Nakano

    Cat, thanks for the name! Unfortunately image blogs like the one where I found this picture don't come with captions or credits.

  • Cat Harper

    I got to go last Spring and all I can say is WOW! The entire Abbey is simply stunning! It's on the banks of the Danube up on a hill and you can see the entire town from the back balcony, the hills, and the river. Stunning place and this staircase was the most incredible I saw on our trip!

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