Château de Reux

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Château de Reux

The Château de Reux is a castle in Reux, Calvados, Normandy, France.[1]


The castle was acquired by Édouard Alphonse James de Rothschild in 1868.

The garden includes a small pond.[1] There is also artwork by Norbert Kricke.[2][3]

As of 1777, it included faience by Bernard Palissy.[4]

In the 1960s, German painter Francis Bott was commissioned to design the stained glass in the chapel.[5]


  1. ^ a b French Ministry of Culture: Château de Reux
  2. ^ The Bulletin, Germany (West): Presse- und Informationsamt, 1963, Volumes 11-12, p. 64
  3. ^ Studio International, Studio Trust, Volume 168, Issues 855-858, p. 19
  4. ^ Oeuvres de Bernard Palissy, revues sur les exemplaires de la Bibliothèque du Roi, avec des notes, par MM. Faujas de Saint-Fond et Gobet, chez Ruault, 1777, p. lxiii
  5. ^ Horizon, Horizon Publishers, 1962, p. 29

Coordinates: 49°16′31″N 0°09′23″E / 49.2753°N 0.1563°E / 49.2753; 0.1563