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This castle owes it’s current decor due to the work of one man who renovated and expanded the building during the 19th century.

The building can be traced back to the Roman periods. It is reported that in 780 Charlemagne could have passed by the place on his way back from Rome, where he went to have his son baptized by the Pope.

In the 1970’s from the 20th century the castle was transformed into a hotel, only to close its doors in the 1990’s. The castle remains unused to this day.

The castle is built in different styles; including Moorish and Indian. It has 365 rooms and every room has a different theme.