Royaume de France: The Facet Names: France

Friday, September 23, 2016

Queen of France

The Facet Names: France


Participants:
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The EU Castle Collective; brought to you through my Capetian Dynasty heredity, The Vaux Kingdom of France:
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Castle Surnamed Descendants: Meaning the Chateau, Castle or Palace name is, either your current last name or one of your ancestors last names (surname). If you are of non-blood lined descent, and the Chateau name is your current last name, and has also been the last name of your ancestors for several generations, then you are also included.
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Non-Castle Surnamed Persons;
The Castle Hotels that are completed, by the Collective will not all be exclusive, therefore if you are not on the Chateau list with an ancient Castle surname from France... you can still stay in one of our completed accommodations, from Tipee camping to 5 star.

The Castle Facet Names of France:
The Capetian Dynasty

The facet list below represents grouped castle surnames, with shorter derivatives.
Facet Letters
The letters are usually only 3 letters; either starting, centering or ending the original Castle name.
For Example, for Therese, The Queen's of France's, Facet Groups are: Vau, Fon, Guy, Roc, Ber, Ang, Sei, Van, Fau, Ave, Bar, Bour, Bel, Bri, Cas, Cha, Cor, Com, Cou, Fer, Ger, Lor, Lou, Mah, Mer, Mey, Mont, Mou, Roh, Sav, Tour, Trè, Val, Ver, Vas, Yèv
Each facet group listed below, hopefully will each have at least 10 Castles.
The larger the grouping of these inherited Castles from our Facet keeping ancestors, the more persons interested to participate in this exciting historical rebuild adventure.
An adventure, that will hopefully bring many of you to Europe, to experience life a little differently, as Castle Builders, even start a Collective Business, be part of European networking, etc, with our combined topic of restoring "Castles" from the middle ages, in mind. All the while, as profit shares increase, looking toward increases in the Collectives Savings Fund, each year, that holds long-term retirement shares, similar to an Ira.
Basic Facet Rules
Vowel endings such as Y or I or E are the same, if they are pronounced equally.
Phonetic sounding inclusions: Beau or Vaux, from ancient names, are as close as the same to be in one group, as well as other fun interesting possibles; The Beaux (Baux) group having boats with a flat bottom and the Vaux group having boats requiring a deeper keel. 
Multiple Facet Names:
If you have several castle surnames such as Roche and Guyon:
Then you can participate in the Roc group and the Guy group for any local business decisions for the group.
Such as, upgrading any Roc Chateau to another star hotel, a three star to a 4 star, or not.
Double Facet Names:
If a castle has 2 names, well, then it usually goes into the first facet group.
Such as; the Roche-Guyon chateau, it ends up in the Roc group. However, the "Guy" group can also participate in local business decisions for the Roc-Guy castle in question, but not all of the Roc castles, unless they are a Roc surname also.
The Averaged Facet Shares:
Facet share yearly profits, are to be issued, on across the scale averages, for "all of the Castles", for that particular country*. Therefore, double facet name holders are treated the same as single facet name holders. (*France, initially)
Facet List
Relax! in your French surnamed Excitements:
This list does not include all Chateaus, and ruined Chateaus. However, it is enough to begin with. In time, I intend to also include, aside from our dear France, and a few other countries.
Facet List Grouping
The list will be condensed a little further, to simplify the bookkeeping and keep with approx. a 10 castle min. per facet.
The main Chateau* database, sorted by cantons and regions. (*not all are listed.).... xlsx or google sheet.
The Baronnee Facet Names
If you don't qualify in the Castle name categories.
Try the Regional Facet Names, on the second list and if you're named after a Region of France, such as "Vau", in "Vaucluse"... You're invited to be a voting participant, toward any major Castle decisions in your region, regardless of the Castles Facet Surname:
Similar to a Baronies voting powers of the past. However, a limit will be placed on the number of Barons and Baronesses, so that the original Facet Castle surname holders still are able to keep at least 50% of the vote.
In Halt-Vote decisionals, (50-50 stalemates), well, votes from 2 other facets in the region get to be the deciding vote.

Facet Names

The EU Castle Collective: Chateaus of France

Agu, Aig, Bonaguil, Aguilar, Aigues-Vives, Agel,
Ain Ainay-le-Vieil, Château d'Ayres,
And Andlau, Fort Saint-André,
Ang, Anj, Anc Ancerville, Le Château de Saint-Jean-d'Angle (2), Angoulême, Angles-sur-l'Anglin, Anjony, Chances, Posanges, Moulins-Engilbert, des Anglais (Autoire), des Anglais (Brengues), Ancenis, Angers,
Arn, An, Am Petit-Arnsberg, Grand-Arnsberg, Annecy, Amboise,
Arg, Art, Arc, Arp Largentière, Artias, Arthaudière, Arlay, Arcy, Arques, Arzens, Saint-Julien-d'Arpaon, Arques-la-Bataille,
Asp Aspach-le-Haut, Aspiran de Ravanès (Thézan-Lès-Béziers),
Aub, Aul, Al, Auz, Aux Altkirch, Alteville, Aulnay, des Allymes, Aubenas (or Montlaur), Alleuze, Albon, Allan, Auzon, Allinges, Aulteribe, Auxonne, Azay-le-Ferron, Château d'Albières, Auriac, Castel d'Ase, Autignac, Saint-Alban, Eaucourt-sur-Somme, Ducs d'Alençon,
Ave Avensac, Nicolas d'Avesnes,
Ba Balsacla Bâtie, Bagnols, Balleure, Bannegon, Balarin, Ballon,
Bai, Bey, Bay Bainville-aux-Miroirs, Château de Beynac, Beynac, Beyssac, Bayard (Pontcharra), Besançon, Grand-Besse, Beynes, Béduer,
Bar, Barr Bar-sur-Seine, Haut-Barr, Hohbarr, Barbezieux, Barbaste, Barre, Barollière, Tour Barberousse (Gruissan),
Bel Bellocq, Belzunce, Château de Montbéliard, Belvoir, Montbéliard, Belfort, Bellegarde, Belcastel, Bélarga, Belpuig,
Ber, Bernstein, Birkenfels, La Chapelle-Bertrand, Menthon-Saint-Bernard, Bertheaume, Berzé, Château de Bertholène, Berrac, Leberon, Berthier, Fort Libéria,
Bit, Bid, Bil, Bir, Biv Bitche, Biron, Bidache, Billy, Bivès
Bla Blamont, Blanquefort, Blandy-les-Tours, la Reine Blanche, Château de Blanchefort,
Ble la Grange-Bléneau, Blain,
Bon Carbonat, Bonneville, Charbonnières, Étobon, Château de la Bonnaudie,
Bru, Brou Bruyères, Broue, Olbreuse, Brosse, Château de Longuebrousse, Château de Brusque, Montbrun, Bruniquel,
Bos, Bo Bostfranchet, La Tour du Bost, Château du Bosc, Boves,
Bou, buy, Bus Buchenek, Buy, Bouteville, Bourdeilles, Budos, Buzet, Busset, Boulogne, Bussy-Rabutin, Bouttavant, la Bouiche, Bouisse, Château de Bugarach, L'Isle-Bouzon, Bouvées, Boussan, Bouloc, du Bousquet, Castelbouc, du Boy, Boulogne, Bouillé,
Bour Burgstall, Bourdeau, Bourines, Château de Bournazel, Bourmont, Plessis-Bourré,
Bra Branzac, Brancion, Brandon, Brax,
Bre la Brède, Bressuire, Brest, Bresse-sur-Grosne, Castelnau-Bretenoux, ducs de Bretagne, Brézé,
Bri Brigueuil, Labrit, Chabrillan, Briançon, Brie-Comte-Robert, Bricquebec, Châteaubriant, Brissac,
Cab Cabaret, Cabrerolles, Cabrières, Cabrerets,
Cal Château de Calmont d'Olt, Calmont, Calamane, Calberte, Citadel of Calais,
Cam Camps-sur-l'Agly, Cambiaire, Château de Campôme,
Cap Capdenac, Lacapelle-Marival,
Car Carrouges, Careil,
Cas, Caz Castelnaud-la-Chapelle, Cazeneuve, Saint-Cassien, Carcassonne, Château de La Caze (Peyrusse), Cassaigne, Castelmore, Castéra-Lectourois, Castet-Arrouy, LacassagneCastagnac, Castelas, Castries, la Caze, Castanet, Castelnou,
Cel, Sel Celles, Celle-Guenand, Château de Selves,
Cha Chacenay, Châlus-Chabrol, Chambonneau, La Mothe-Chandeniers, Chambonas, Chazay, Chantemerle, Chandioux, Champsigny, Charolles, Chassy, Chazeu, Chastellux, Chamerolles, Saint-Chaptes, Charry, le Champ, Chanac, Chapieu,
Chau Chaumont-sur-Loire, Entrechaux (ruin with view),
Che Château-Chervix, Chevron, Chevreaux, Chevenon, Chevannes, Chenonceau, La Madeleine (Chevreuse), Apcher,
Chi Chillac, Château de Chinon, Chinon,
Clé, Clai Clermont, Cléron, Clermont, Montcléra,
Col Châtillon-Coligny, Colombier, Château Royal de Collioure, Colombières,
Com Villeneuve-la-Comtesse, Commarque, Combourg, Comper, Commarin, Commune, Saint-Côme-d'Olt, Cambiac, Château Vicomtal Saint-Pierre de Fenouillet,
Con Confolens, Cognac, Condat, Conros, La Conciergerie, Condat, Conches-en-Ouche,
Cou Curton, Coudray-Salbart, Coussac-Bonneval, Cuzorn, Cujalais, Couffour, Couzan, Couches, Culan, Coustaussa, Cucugnan, Coupiac, Courrensan, Couanac, Château de Coucy, Courcy, La Courbe, Courtaliéru,
Cor Cordon, Cordès, Cornillon, Corbelin, Corcelle,
Cos de La Coste, Lacoste, Lacoste (2 ruins with view),
Cre Crèvecœur, Crest, Villerouge la Crémade, Creissan, Crestet (ruin in town with view),
Dag Dagsbourg, Dabo,
Dau Dingy, Château-Dauphin, Château de Dalmayrac,
Diep Dissay, Dieppe, Robert le Diable,
Dom Château de Domneuve,
Dou Doumely, Duras, Châteaudun, Dourdan, Durban-Corbières, Durfort, des Doyens,
Dre Dreistein,
Dyo, Dio Dyo, Diant, Dio,
Ech, Ex Echery, Excideuil, Xaintrailles, Fort l'Écluse, Esclignac,
Epa, Ept Epas, Château-sur-Epte
Epi, Epoi Épinal, Époisses, Épinac,
Et, Est, Él Étampes, Estaing, Saint-Élix-le-Château, Ételan,
Far Saint-Fargeau, Château de Fa,
Fey, Fay Lafauche, Falkenstein, Faucigny, Fayet, Château de Fayet, Château Vicomtal Saint-Pierre de Fenouillet, Fécamp,
Fair, Fer Ferrette, Saint-Ferriol, Château de Montferrand, Montferrand, Montferrand, Fère-en-Tardenois, La Ferté-Milon
Fle Fleckenstein, Bissy-sur-Fley,
Flo Château de Floyrac, Florac,
Foi Château de Foix, Foix,
Fon Fontenoy-le-Château, Bonnefontaine, Font-Moreau (Poul), Fontainebleau, Château de Fontanges, Fontaine-Henry,
Fau Fallavier, La Forest, Montfaucon, Faugères, Fos, Folleville, Château de Falaise, Tiffauges,
Fou Fouras, Le Fou, Fougères, Fougères-sur-Bièvre,
Fra Frankenbourg, Labastide-Villefranche, Francheville, Villefranche,
Fre, Fray Freudeneck, Château de Frayssinet (3),
Fro Frœnsbourg, Frôlois, Frontenay, Domfront,
Gag, Gan Gageac, Gannat, Ganges,
Gai Château Gaillard,
Gar Lagarde, Garranée, Lagardère, la Garde, Fort Lagarde,
Gau Gaussan, Château de Galinières, Galié,
Gem Sainte-Gemme,
Gen Gençay, Ginals, Château de Saint-Geniez de Bertrand, Jean, Géant, Geniez,
Geo Saint-Georges,
Ger Petit-Geroldseck, Saint-Germain-Beaupré,
Gev Gevrey-Chambertin,
Gim, Gis Château de Gissac, Gimbrède, Château de Gisors, Gisors,
Gor Gourville, Lagorce, Igornay, Gourdon (completed with view),
Gue Guédélon, Guerche (la), Castelnau-de-Guers,
Gra Grand-Geroldseck, Cons-la-GrandvilleGrangent, Château de Graves, Gratot,
Gre Greifenstein, Grâne, Grézan (Laurens), la Grézette, Grèzes,
Gri Grignan, Grizac, le château Grimaldi d'Antibes (musee),
Guy, Gui Guirbaden, la Guyonnière, Guilleragues, Le Guildo, Éguilly, Gizeux, Montaiguillon, Château de Quillan, Château de Guizard, Guilhem (Clermont-l'Hérault), Guise,
Hag Hagelschloss,
Hat, Har, Hâ Hattonchâtel, du Hallier, Château d'Hardelot, Hardelot, Ham, Harcourt,
Hel Helfedange, Helfenstein, Saint-Hilaire
Her Hierges, Herrenstein, l'Herm, Herrebouc, Sainte-Hermine,
Hohen, Hof, Hohenbourg, Hohenfels, Hohenstein, Osthoffen, , Hohenack, Hohlandsbourg,
Hom Hombourg-Budange, Hombourg-Haut, Homps,
Hun, Hu Hugstein, La Hunaudaye, Saint-Huruge, du Houssoy, Donjon de Houdan,
Igé, If Irigny, Igé, Ingrandes, Saint-IzaireIf (tourist island),
Jau, Jar, Jav Jaulny, Jarnac, Javarzay, Jarnioux,
Joh la Johannie, Château de Montjaux,
Jos Josselin, Plessis-Josso,
Jou Jumilhac, Fort de Joux, Jura, Jully, Jouy, Les Junies, Joué du Plain,
Joy Ducs de Joyeuse, Saint-Jory,
Kay Kaysersberg, Caïx, Caen,
Kag Kagenfels,
Ker Kerourzere, Château de Kermaria,
Kin Kintzheim,
Koe Haut-Kœnigsbourg,
Lan Landreville, Landsberg, Landskron, la Lande, Langin, Trolanderie, Miolans, Langeais,
Lar Largoët, Villars, Saint-Laurent-Le-Minier, Saint-Lary, Larressingle, Laréole, Saint-Félix-Lauragais, Larnagol, Saint-Laurent-les-Tours,
Lau, Loe Loewenstein, Longwy, l'Isleau, Loches, Launac,
Layé, Lai, ley Fort-la-Latte, Layé, Leynes, Montlhéry, Castelnau-de-Lévis, La Motte-Glain, Goulaine,
Lav Villebois-Lavalette, Lavardin, Lavagnac,
Lic Lichtenberg,
Lis, Ly Saint-Léon, Lissieu, Lyons-la-Forêt, Clisson,
Lor l'Ortenbourg, Ducs de Lorraine (Sierck), Lourdes,
Lou, Lu, Lut Lutzelbourg, Lutzelhardt, Dieulouard, Luttange, Lutzelbourg, Château de Châlucet, Châlucet, Lusignan, Lugny, Luynes, Le Louvre, Loupiac, Luzech, Luc, Lucéram (ruin),
Lux Comtes de Luxembourg,
Mer Merle, Mérens, Sainte-Mère, Mercuès,
Mey, Mei, Mai Meywhir, Saint-Mesmin, Maisonseule, Domeyrat, Chamelet, Mâlain, Maintenon, Méjanel, Mélac, Aumelas, Mayrac, Meyrueis, Fort de Limaie, Mayenne,
Mal Malbrouck, Mauléon, Saint-Malo, Malavieille,
Mah Donjon de Maurepas, Villiers-le-Mahieu, Maniban, Mansencôme, Mauvezin, Palais des Rois de Majorque,
Mar Haute-Marne, Saint-Jean-du-Marché, Marthon, Puymartin, Château des Adhémar, Adhémar, Chamaret, Les Marches, Marcilly-la-Gueurce, Marigny (Fleurville), Marigny, Cinq-Mars-la-Pile, Saint Martin de Toques, Marinesque, Saint-Martin-d'Armagnac, Flamarens, Sainte-Marie, Margon, Marsillargues, Lourmarin (artists trust on hill),
Mas Masseuil, Chalmazel, Masse, Mansencôme, Mazers (Fontės), Masclat,
Mat Matval,
Mir, Min, Mil, Milandes, Mirabat, Miramont, Minerve, Miral,
Mon Montcornet, Monmort, Montbron, Montignac-Charente, Richemont, Montendre, Montguyon, Montaigne, Montfort, Montréal, Montbrun.Montréal, Lagrange-Monrepos, Moncade, Montaner, Montribloud, Montgilbert, Montrottier, Montrond, Montpensier, Montmelas, Montcharvin, Montafilan, Mont-Saint-Jean, Montfort, Montaigu, Montcony, Montrond, Mont (le), Montoire-sur-le-Loir, Montfort, Montaillou, Montarnal, Château de Montaigut, Château de Montalègre, Montdardier, Montespan, Montouliers, Castelnau-Montratier, Montjézieu, Montialoux, Montmonrency, Montataire, Chateau de Montsoreau, Montreuil-Bellay, Montsoreau, Montjean, Apremont,
Mor Morimont, Morlanne, Moret, Mortiercrolles, Mornas (fortress wall with view),
Mos Châtel-sur-Moselle, Mostuéjouls,
Mot, Mog la Mothe, Mothes, la Mogère, Château de la Motte,
Mou Mousson, Mouterhouse, le Moulin, Meung-sur-Loire, Mourcairol,
Moy Moyen,
Mur Mursay, Château de Murol, Murol, la Muyre, Murs (res.),
Nan, Naj Nangis, Nantouillet, Najac, Saint-Maurice-Navacelles,
Ney, Ne Nemours, Nadaillac-de-Rouge,
Ner Nérac, Ners (res.),
Nid, Ni Nideck, Nice (res.),
Nieu Nieul-lès-Saintes, Château de Châteauneuf, Châteauneuf, Nièvre, Châteauneuf,
Nio Niort, Niort-de-Sault, Noirmoutier,
No Nolibos, Nobles, Noyers,
Nom Nomeny,
Obe Oberhof, Opme,
Och Ochsenstein,
Oin, On Oingt, Château d'Onet-le-Château,
Ois L'Oisellerie, Ozenay,
Ol Oliferne, Olhain, Olivet,
Ouei Saint-Paul-d'Oueil,
Ori, Orc Oricourt, Aurignac, Orcher,
Par Parthenay, Le Parc,
Pes Pesteils, Pesselières, la Pèze, Pézènes-les-Mines, Pézenas, Pestillac, Pechrigal,
Peyr, Per Peyrepertuse, Peyrelade, Château de Castelnau-Pégayrols, Château de Pagax, Château de Peyrusse-le-Roc, Péronne, L'Empéri (picasso museum),
Pic Picquigny,
Pie Petite-Pierre, Pierrefort, Pierre-Percée, Pierre II (Guingamp) Pierreclos, Pieusse, Pierrefonds,
Pis, Pi Saint-Ilpize, Pisy, Pibrac, Pirou,
Pfli Pflixbourg,
Pla Plas, Château de Planèze,
Pas Passy-les-Tours, Padern, Pagax, la Pannonie, Padiès,
Pau Pau, la Palice, Polignac, Château de Paulignan, Labastide-Paumès,
Pon Pons, Château de Pomayrols, Pontevès (ruin with view in town),
Por Portes, Pornic,
Pre Prény,
Pou Pusignan, Montpoupon, Château du Puech, Pujos, Medieval Castle of Pouancé, Pouancé, Pouzauges, La Napoule (res.),
Pui Puilaurens, PuivertPouypardin, Pouylebon, Pouy-Roquelaure, Puisserguier, Puy-Launay, Puy du Fou,
Que Château de Quéribus, Quéribus, Quertinheux, Fort Queyras (completed touristed),
Ram Ramstein, Ramstein, Rambures,
Ran Ranton, Randan, Ravel, Ranrouët,
Rap, Rat, Rav, Ragn, Ratières, Rapetour, Ragny,
Rau, Roh, Roth, Rohan (Mutzig), Rodemack, Rothenbourg, Crozant, Rauzan, Villandraut, Saint Romain (at Siaugues-Sainte-Marie), Ducs des Rohan (Pontivy), Rosières, Rosemont,
Rey, Req Reynel, Réquistat, Ray-sur-Saône, Châteaurenard, Tour Régine, Recoules, Regnéville,
Rib, Rip Haut-Ribeaupierre, Ripaille, Ribaute,
Rin Ringelstein (Grand), Ringelstein (Petit), Larringes,
Ris, Ric, Montrichard, Fort Risban (Calais),
Roc La Roche, Rochebrune, La Rochefoucauld, La Rochecourbon, Auberoche, Roquetaillade, Rochechouart, Rochechinard, Rochefort-en-Valdaine, RochebaronLa Roche-sur-Foron, La Roche, Rochetaillée, Rocher, La Roche-JaguLa Rochepot, La Roche-Guyon, Roquefixade, Roquelaure, Larroque-Engalin, Larroque, Roquessels, Larroque-Toirac, Rocamadour, Château de Roquedols, Roquebrune-Cap-Martin (touristed with view), Roquefort (ruin with view),
Rou, Ru Rioux, Ruthie, Crussol, Rustéphan, Rully, Rougemont, Druyes, Dreux, Mas Rougier, Château de Roumégous, Pruines, Rousson, Rudelle, Cruzy, Grugnac, Creully, Rouen,
Sau, Soh, Sat Saint-Sauvant, Sauveterre, La Sône, Sagonne, Château de Sorgue, Saint-Saturnin, Sassy, Saint-Sauveur-le-Vicomte, Saumu,
Sal Salm, Salignac, Sales, Sallenôves, Essalois, La Salle, La Salle, Salvagnac-Cajarc, Château de Salmiech, Salvetat-Saint-Gilles, Saignes, Fort de Salses,
San Sanzay, Sancerre, Château de Sanhes,
Sar Sarzay, Sarremezan,
Sav Ducs de Savoie (Chambery), Savigny, Savigny-sur-Grosne, Château de Savignac, Savignac,
Sch Schœneck, Chouvigny,
Sei, Sév Sedan, Seix, Château de Sévérac (2),
Sén Sénergues,
Ser, Zer Chazeron, Châtillon-d'Azergues, Saint-Cyr, Sercy, Surdespine, la Servayrie, Lasserre, Sempesserre, Sérillac,
Set, Sept Septème, Septmonts,
Sey La Bâtie-Seyssel, Semur-en-Auxois, Saône-et-Loire, Semur-en-Brionnais, Montségur, Saissac, Saint-Élix-Séglan, Cénevières, Lassay,
Sig Sigy-le-Châtel, Sigy,
Six Saint-Sixte, Sisteron (Tourist Citadelle with view),
Sol Solidor Tower, Château du Solier,
Spe Spesbourg,
Su, Sou Suze-la-Rousse, Sou, Suscinio, Sully-sur-Loire, Saint-Sulpice, Sainte-Suzanne,
Tai Taillebourg,
Tar Tarascon (to update),
Ter Ternand, Termes, Villerouge-Termenès, Terraube, Thibault de Termes, Théron, Château-Thierry,
Tau, Tho Tonquédec, Château de Taurines, Tauzia,
Tay Tayac, Lacataye, Tancarville,
Thom Thomas II, Tholet, Saint-Thamar,
Thor Thorens, Thorigné-en-Charnie,
Til Châtillon, Thil,
Tou Touffou, Thoury, Toulonjac, Latoue, Thouzon (ruine with view),
Tre Trévoux, Trémazan, Trécesson, Montrésor, Château d'Entraygues,
Tur, Tour Turquestein, Turenne, Lastours, La Tourette, Tournoël, Tournon, Tours, Châteaux de Lastours, Latour-sur-Sorgues , Lastours, le Tournel, Les Tourelles,
Ulr, Ult Saint-Ulrich, Ultrère,
Uss Ussé, Usson, Uzès,
Vau, Bau, Beau Vaudémont, Gombervaux, Vauclair, Clairavaux (Puyravaux), Airvault, Cherveux, Beauville, Gavaudun, Vaussèche, Vogüé, Beaufort, Beauregard, Beauregard, Corcelles-en-Beaujolais, Beaufort, Vautheau, Le Rivau, Vaujours, Beaugency, Beaumont-sur-Oise, Château de Saint-Beauzély, Beaucaire, Beaumont, Fourquevaux, Saint-Bauléry (Cébazan), Château de la Baume, Beaumont-le-Richard, Baugé, Bois Thibault, Baux (ruin with view), Beaumont le Vieux (stones with view), Triumphal Arch of Orange (road archway),
Ven, Van Wangen, Angenbourg, Ventadour, Ventadour, Chavaniac, Vendôme, Château de Vincennes, Vincennes, Château de Venzac, Vieillevigne, Vendres,
Ver, Vir, Viv, Vit, Vil, Vig, Wittschloessel, Vignory, Wildenstein, Verteuil, Chouvigny, Virieu, Viverols, Château de Vitré, Vitré, Villemolin, Versols, Villaret, Vernon, Vernègues (ruin with view),
Véz, Vai Vézins, Vaillac,
Vis Domaine de Vialatelle, Vissec,
Vieu, Vou Woippy, Château-vieux, Vieillevie, Vixouze, Vouvant (Tour Mélusine),
Vry Vry, Ivry-la-Bataille,
Wahl, Val Wahlenbourg, Waldeck, Val, Valençay, Valon, Château de Valadi, Vallègue, Valros, Dio-et-Valquières, Laval,
Wec Weckmund,
Win Vieux-Windstein, Wineck, Wineck,
Vas, Was Wasenbourg, Wasigenstein, Bazoches, Montbazon, The Bastille, Château de Vabre, Château de Varès, Bassoues, Labastide,
Yeu, Yèv Mehun-sur-Yèvre, Yèvre-le-Châtel, Île d'Yeu,
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Regional Facet Names


French Surnames that prefix as:

Baronnee Regional Department Facets:

Ain [Ain (1)] :
Ain, Az, Ais, [Aisne (2)] :
Aul, Al, [Allier (3)] :
Mer [Alpes-Maritimes (6)] :
Agu, Aig, [Aquitaine-Limousin-Poitou-Charentes (Region)] :
Ard, Arg, Art, Desc, [Ardèche (7)] :
Ard, Arg, Art, Den, [Ardennes (8)] :
Ari, Ayri, Edg, [Ariège (9)] :
Aub, Aux [Aube (10)] :
Aub, Aux [Aude (11)] :
Ave, Roh [Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes (Region)] :
Ave, Roh [Aveyron (12)] :
Vas, Was, Rin [Bas-Rhin (67)] :
Bou, Roh [Bouches-du-Rhône (13)] :
Bour, Fran, Com [Bourgogne-Franche-Comté (21)] :
Bri, Tan, [Brittany (Region)] :
Cal, Vas, Was, [Calvados (14)] :
Can, Tal, [Cantal (15)] :
Wahl, Val [Centre-Val de Loire (Region)] :
Che [Cher (18)] :
Cor [Corrèze (19)] :
Cor [Corse-du-Sud (2A)] :
Or, [Côte-d'Or (21)] :
Arm, Mor, [Côtes-d'Armor (22)] :
Cru,Rou, Ru, [Creuse (23)] :
Sav, Sev, [Deux-Sèvres (79)] :
Dor, Don [Dordogne (24)] :
Dou, Du, [Doubs (25)] :
Dro, [Drôme (26)] :
Ess, Son, [Essonne (91)] :
Y'eu, [Eure (27)] :
Y'eu, Lou, lu, [Eure-et-Loir (28)] :
Fin, [Finistère (29)] :
Gar, [Gard (30)] :
Ger, [Gers (32)] :
Gir,Gui [Gironde (33)] :
Rin, [Haut-Rhin (68)] :
Cor [Haute-Corse (2B)] :
Gar, [Haute-Garonne (31)] :
Lou, Lu, [Haute-Loire (43)] :
Mar [Haute-Marne (52)] :
Sei, Sey, [Haute-Saône (70)] :
Sav [Haute-Savoie (74)] :
Ven, Wen, [Haute-Vienne (87)] :
Al, Aul, [Hautes-Alpes (4)] :
Al, Aul, [Hautes-Alpes (5)] :
Peyr, Per [Hautes-Pyrénées (65)] :
Sei, Sey, [Hauts-de-Seine (92)] :
Hér [Hérault (34)] :
Fran, Vran, [Île-de-France (Region)] :
Vil, Wil, [Ille-et-Vilaine (35)] :
Ind, [Indre (36)] :
Ind, Lou, Lu, [Indre-et-Loire (37)] :
Ser, [Isère (38)] :
Jou, [Jura (39)] :
Lan, [Landes (87)] :
Lan, Rou, Ru, Peyr, [Languedoc-Roussillon-Midi-Pyrénées (Region)] :
Lou, Lu, Che, [Loir-et-Cher (41)] :
Lou, Lu, [Loire (42)] :
Lou, Lu, Lan [Loire-Atlantique (44)] :
Lou, Lu, [Loiret (45)] :
Lau, [Lot (46)] :
Lau, Gar [Lot-et-Garonne (47)] :
Lau, Loe, [Lozère (48)] :
Mey, Lou, Lu [Maine-et-Loire (49)] :
Man, [Manche (50)] :
Mar, [Marne (51)] :
Mey, Mai, [Mayenne (53)] :
Mur, Mos, [Meurthe-et-Moselle (54)] :
Mou, [Meuse (55)] :
Mor, [Morbihan (56)] :
Mos, [Moselle (57)] :
Ni, [Nièvre (58)] :
Pas, Cal, [Nord-Pas-De-Calais (59)] :
Pas, Cal, Pic [Nord-Pas-de-Calais-Picardie (Region)] :
Ois, [Oise (60)] :
Orn, [Orne (61)] :
Par, [Paris (75)] :
Pas, Cal, [Pas-de-Calais (62)] :
Pai, lou, lu, [Pays de la Loire (Region)] :
Aze, [Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur (Region)] :
Pui [Puy-de-Dôme (63)] :
Peyr, Per [Pyrénées-Atlantiques (64)] :
Peyr, Per [Pyrénées-Orientales (66)] :
Roh [Rhône (69)] :
Sei, lou, lu [Saône-et-Loire (71)] :
Sar [Sarthe (72)] :
Sav [Savoie (73)] :
Sei, Sey, Mar [Seine-et-Marne (77)] :
Sei, Sey, Mar [Seine-Maritime (76)] :
Sei, Sey, [Seine-Saint-Denis (93)] :
Sau, [Somme (80)] :
Tar [Tarn (81)] :
Tar, Gar [Tarn-et-Garonne (82)] :
Bel [Territoire de Belfort (90)] :
Wahl, Val, Ois [Val-d'Oise (95)] :
Wahl, Val, Mar [Val-de-Marne (94)] :
Var, [Var (83)] :
Vau, Bau, Beau [Vaucluse (84)] :
Van, Wan [Vendée (85)] :
Ven, [Vienne (86)] :
Vas, Was, [Vosges (88)] :
Yon, [Yonne (89)] :
Yèv [Yvelines (78)] :
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Facet Names

The EU Castle Collective: Chateaus by Regions of France

Agu, Aig, [Lot-et-Garonne (47)] : Bonaguil, [Aude (11)] : Aguilar, [Hérault (34)] : Aigues-Vives, Agel,
Ain [Cher (18)] : Ainay-le-Vieil, [Lozère (48)] : Château d'Ayres,
And [Bas-Rhin (67)] : Andlau, [Gard (30)] : Fort Saint-André,
Ang, Anj, Anc [Moselle (57)] : Ancerville, [Aquitaine-Limousin-Poitou-Charentes (Region)] : Le Château de Saint-Jean-d'Angle (2), Angoulême, [Vienne (86)] : Angles-sur-l'Anglin, [Cantal (15)] : Anjony, [Rhône (69)] : Chances, [Côte-d'Or (21)] : Posanges, [Nièvre (58)] : Moulins-Engilbert, [Lot (46)] : des Anglais (Autoire), des Anglais (Brengues), [Loire-Atlantique (44)] : Ancenis, [Maine-et-Loire (49)] : Angers,
Arn, An, Am [Bas-Rhin (67)] : Petit-Arnsberg, [Moselle (57)] : Grand-Arnsberg, [Haute-Savoie (74)] : Annecy, [Indre-et-Loire (37)] : Amboise,
Arg, Art, Arc, Arp [Ardèche (7)] : Largentière, [Haute-Loire (43)] : Artias, [Isère (38)] : Arthaudière, [Jura (39)] : Arlay, [Saône-et-Loire (71)] : Arcy, [Aude (11)] : Arques, Arzens, [Lozère (48)] : Saint-Julien-d'Arpaon, [Seine-Maritime (76)] : Arques-la-Bataille,
Asp [Haut-Rhin (68)] : Aspach-le-Haut, [Hérault (34)] : Aspiran de Ravanès (Thézan-Lès-Béziers),
Aub, Aul, Al, Auz, Aux [Haut-Rhin (68)] : Altkirch, [Moselle (57)] : Alteville, [Aquitaine-Limousin-Poitou-Charentes (Region)] : Aulnay, [Ain (1)] : des Allymes, [Ardèche (7)] : Aubenas (or Montlaur), [Cantal (15)] : Alleuze, [Drôme (26)] : Albon, Allan, [Haute-Loire (43)] : Auzon, [Haute-Savoie (74)] : Allinges, [Puy-de-Dôme (63)] : Aulteribe, [Côte-d'Or (21)] : Auxonne, [Indre (36)] : Azay-le-Ferron, [Aude (11)] : Château d'Albières, Auriac, Castel d'Ase, [Hérault (34)] : Autignac, [Lozère (48)] : Saint-Alban, [Somme (80)] : Eaucourt-sur-Somme, [Orne (61)] : Ducs d'Alençon,
Ave [Gers (32)] : Avensac, [Nord-Pas-De-Calais (59)] : Nicolas d'Avesnes,
Ba [Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes (Region)] : Balsac [Ain (1)] : la Bâtie, [Rhône (69)] : Bagnols, [Saône-et-Loire (71)] : Balleure, [Cher (18)] : Bannegon, [Gers (32)] : Balarin, [Sarthe (72)] : Ballon,
Bai, Bey, Bay [Meurthe-et-Moselle (54)] : Bainville-aux-Miroirs, [Aquitaine-Limousin-Poitou-Charentes (Region)] : Château de Beynac, [Dordogne (24)] : Beynac, Beyssac, [Isère (38)] : Bayard (Pontcharra), [Doubs (25)] : Besançon, [Cher (18)] : Grand-Besse, [Yvelines (78)] : Beynes, [Lot (46)] : Béduer,
Bar, Barr [Aube (10)] : Bar-sur-Seine, [Bas-Rhin (67)] : Haut-Barr, Hohbarr, [Aquitaine-Limousin-Poitou-Charentes (Region)] : Barbezieux, [Lot-et-Garonne (47)] : Barbaste, [Ain (1)] : Barre, [Loire (42)] : Barollière, [Aude (11)] : Tour Barberousse (Gruissan),
Bel [Pyrénées-Atlantiques (64)] : Bellocq, Belzunce, [Côte-d'Or (21)] : Château de Montbéliard, [Doubs (25)] : Belvoir, Montbéliard, [Territoire de Belfort (90)] : Belfort, [Loiret (45)] : Bellegarde, [Aveyron (12)] : Belcastel, [Hérault (34)] : Bélarga, [Pyrénées-Orientales (66)] : Belpuig,
Ber, [Bas-Rhin (67)] : Bernstein, Birkenfels, [Deux-Sèvres (79)] : La Chapelle-Bertrand, [Haute-Savoie (74)] : Menthon-Saint-Bernard, [Finistère (29)] : Bertheaume, [Saône-et-Loire (71)] : Berzé, [Aveyron (12)] : Château de Bertholène, [Gers (32)] : Berrac, Leberon, [Haute-Garonne (31)] : Berthier, [Pyrénées-Orientales (66)] : Fort Libéria,
Bit, Bid, Bil, Bir, Biv [Moselle (57)] : Bitche, [Dordogne (24)] : Biron, [Pyrénées-Atlantiques (64)] : Bidache, [Allier (3)] : Billy, [Gers (32)] : Bivès
Bla [Meurthe-et-Moselle (54)] : Blamont, [Corrèze (19)] : Blanquefort, [Seine-et-Marne (77)] : Blandy-les-Tours, la Reine Blanche, [Aude (11)] : Château de Blanchefort,
Ble [Seine-et-Marne (77)] : la Grange-Bléneau, [Loire-Atlantique (44)] : Blain,
Bon [Cantal (15)] : Carbonat, [Haute-Savoie (74)] : Bonneville, [Savoie (73)] : Charbonnières, [Haute-Saône (70)] : Étobon, [Aveyron (12)] : Château de la Bonnaudie,
Bru, Brou [Vosges (88)] : Bruyères, [Aquitaine-Limousin-Poitou-Charentes (Region)] : Broue, [Deux-Sèvres (79)] : Olbreuse, [Indre (36)] : Brosse, [Aveyron (12)] : Château de Longuebrousse, Château de Brusque, [Lot (46)] : Montbrun, [Tarn-et-Garonne (82)] : Bruniquel,
Bos, Bo [Puy-de-Dôme (63)] : Bostfranchet, [Saône-et-Loire (71)] : La Tour du Bost, [Aveyron (12)] : Château du Bosc, [Somme (80)] : Boves,
Bou,buy, Bus [Haut-Rhin (68)] : Buchenek, [Moselle (57)] : Buy, [Aquitaine-Limousin-Poitou-Charentes (Region)] : Bouteville, [Dordogne (24)] : Bourdeilles, [Haute-Vienne (87)] : Budos, [Lot-et-Garonne (47)] : Buzet, [Allier (3)] : Busset, [Ardèche (7)] : Boulogne, [Côte-d'Or (21)] : Bussy-Rabutin, [Saône-et-Loire (71)] : Bouttavant, [Aude (11)] : la Bouiche, Bouisse, Château de Bugarach, [Gers (32)] : L'Isle-Bouzon, Bouvées, [Haute-Garonne (31)] : Boussan, [Hérault (34)] : Bouloc, [Lot (46)] : du Bousquet, [Lozère (48)] : Castelbouc, du Boy, [Pas-de-Calais (62)] : Boulogne, [Mayenne (53)] : Bouillé,
Bour [Haut-Rhin (68)] : Burgstall, [Savoie (73)] : Bourdeau, [Aveyron (12)] : Bourines, Château de Bournazel, [Maine-et-Loire (49)] : Bourmont, Plessis-Bourré,
Bra [Cantal (15)] : Branzac, [Saône-et-Loire (71)] : Brancion, Brandon, [Haute-Garonne (31)] : Brax,
Bre [Corrèze (19)] : la Brède, [Deux-Sèvres (79)] : Bressuire, [Finistère (29)] : Brest, [Saône-et-Loire (71)] : Bresse-sur-Grosne, [Lot (46)] : Castelnau-Bretenoux, [Loire-Atlantique (44)] : ducs de Bretagne, [Maine-et-Loire (49)] : Brézé,
Bri [Aquitaine-Limousin-Poitou-Charentes (Region)] : Brigueuil, [Landes (87)] : Labrit, [Drôme (26)] : Chabrillan, [Savoie (73)] : Briançon, [Seine-et-Marne (77)] : Brie-Comte-Robert, [Manche (50)] : Bricquebec, [Loire-Atlantique (44)] : Châteaubriant, [Maine-et-Loire (49)] : Brissac,
Cab [Aude (11)] : Cabaret, [Hérault (34)] : Cabrerolles, Cabrières, [Lot (46)] : Cabrerets,
Cal [Aveyron (12)] : Château de Calmont d'Olt, [Haute-Garonne (31)] : Calmont, [Lot (46)] : Calamane, [Lozère (48)] : Calberte, [Pas-de-Calais (62)] : Citadel of Calais,
Cam [Aude (11)] : Camps-sur-l'Agly, [Lozère (48)] : Cambiaire, [Pyrénées-Orientales (66)] : Château de Campôme,
Cap [Lot (46)] : Capdenac, Lacapelle-Marival,
Car [Orne (61)] : Carrouges, [Loire-Atlantique (44)] : Careil,
Cas, Caz [Dordogne (24)] : Castelnaud-la-Chapelle, [Haute-Vienne (87)] : Cazeneuve, [Vienne (86)] : Saint-Cassien, [Aude (11)] : Carcassonne, [Aveyron (12)] : Château de La Caze (Peyrusse), [Gers (32)] : Cassaigne, Castelmore, Castéra-Lectourois, Castet-Arrouy, Lacassagne [Haute-Garonne (31)] : Castagnac, [Hérault (34)] : Castelas, Castries, [Lozère (48)] : la Caze, Castanet, [Pyrénées-Orientales (66)] : Castelnou,
Cel, Sel [Cantal (15)] : Celles, [Indre-et-Loire (37)] : Celle-Guenand, [Aveyron (12)] : Château de Selves,
Cha [Aube (10)] : Chacenay, [Gironde (33)] : Châlus-Chabrol, [Vienne (86)] : Chambonneau, La Mothe-Chandeniers, [Ardèche (7)] : Chambonas, [Rhône (69)] : Chazay, [Savoie (73)] : Chantemerle, [Nièvre (58)] : Chandioux, [Saône-et-Loire (71)] : Champsigny, Charolles, Chassy, Chazeu, [Yonne (89)] : Chastellux, [Loiret (45)] : Chamerolles, [Gard (30)] : Saint-Chaptes, [Lot (46)] : Charry, [Lozère (48)] : le Champ, Chanac, Chapieu,
Chau [Loir-et-Cher (41)] : Chaumont-sur-Loire, [Vaucluse (84)] : Entrechaux (ruin with view),
Che [Gironde (33)] : Château-Chervix, [Savoie (73)] : Chevron, [Jura (39)] : Chevreaux, [Nièvre (58)] : Chevenon, [Saône-et-Loire (71)] : Chevannes, [Indre-et-Loire (37)] : Chenonceau, [Yvelines (78)] : La Madeleine (Chevreuse), [Lozère (48)] : Apcher,
Chi [Aquitaine-Limousin-Poitou-Charentes (Region)] : Chillac, [Centre-Val de Loire (Region)] : Château de Chinon, [Indre-et-Loire (37)] : Chinon,
Clé, Clai [Isère (38)] : Clermont, [Doubs (25)] : Cléron, [Lot (46)] : Clermont, Montcléra,
Col [Loiret (45)] : Châtillon-Coligny, [Aveyron (12)] : Colombier, [Pyrénées-Orientales (66)] : Château Royal de Collioure, [Calvados (14)] : Colombières,
Com [Aquitaine-Limousin-Poitou-Charentes (Region)] : Villeneuve-la-Comtesse, [Corrèze (19)] : Commarque, [Ille-et-Vilaine (35)] : Combourg, [Morbihan (56)] : Comper, [Côte-d'Or (21)] : Commarin, [Saône-et-Loire (71)] : Commune, [Aveyron (12)] : Saint-Côme-d'Olt, [Haute-Garonne (31)] : Cambiac, [Pyrénées-Orientales (66)] : Château Vicomtal Saint-Pierre de Fenouillet,
Con [Aquitaine-Limousin-Poitou-Charentes (Region)] : Confolens, Cognac, [Corrèze (19)] : Condat, [Cantal (15)] : Conros, [Paris (75)] : La Conciergerie, [Lot (46)] : Condat, [Eure (27)] : Conches-en-Ouche,
Cou [Corrèze (19)] : Curton, [Deux-Sèvres (79)] : Coudray-Salbart, [Gironde (33)] : Coussac-Bonneval, [Lot-et-Garonne (47)] : Cuzorn, [Vienne (86)] : Cujalais, [Cantal (15)] : Couffour, [Loire (42)] : Couzan, [Saône-et-Loire (71)] : Couches, [Cher (18)] : Culan, [Aude (11)] : Coustaussa, Cucugnan, [Aveyron (12)] : Coupiac, [Gers (32)] : Courrensan, [Lot (46)] : Couanac, [Nord-Pas-de-Calais-Picardie (Region)] : Château de Coucy, [Calvados (14)] : Courcy, [Mayenne (53)] : La Courbe, Courtaliéru,
Cor [Ain (1)] : Cordon, [Puy-de-Dôme (63)] : Cordès, [Savoie (73)] : Cornillon, [Nièvre (58)] : Corbelin, [Saône-et-Loire (71)] : Corcelle,
Cos [Lot (46)] : de La Coste, Lacoste, [Vaucluse (84)] : Lacoste (2 ruins with view),
Cre [Cantal (15)] : Crèvecœur, [Drôme (26)] : Crest, [Aude (11)] : Villerouge la Crémade, [Hérault (34)] : Creissan, [Vaucluse (84)] : Crestet (ruin in town with view),
Dag [Haut-Rhin (68)] : Dagsbourg, [Moselle (57)] : Dabo,
Dau [Haute-Savoie (74)] : Dingy, [Puy-de-Dôme (63)] : Château-Dauphin, [Aveyron (12)] : Château de Dalmayrac,
Diep [Vienne (86)] : Dissay, [Seine-Maritime (76)] : Dieppe, Robert le Diable,
Dom [Aude (11)] : Château de Domneuve,
Dou [Ardennes (8)] : Doumely, [Lot-et-Garonne (47)] : Duras, [Eure-et-Loir (28)] : Châteaudun, [Essonne (91)] : Dourdan, [Aude (11)] : Durban-Corbières, Durfort, [Lot (46)] : des Doyens,
Dre [Bas-Rhin (67)] : Dreistein,
Dyo, Dio [Saône-et-Loire (71)] : Dyo, [Seine-et-Marne (77)] : Diant, [Hérault (34)] : Dio,
Ech, Ex [Haut-Rhin (68)] : Echery, [Corrèze (19)] : Excideuil, [Lot-et-Garonne (47)] : Xaintrailles, [Ain (1)] : Fort l'Écluse, [Gers (32)] : Esclignac,
Epa, Ept [Gers (32)] : Epas, [Eure (27)] : Château-sur-Epte
Epi, Epoi [Vosges (88)] : Épinal, [Côte-d'Or (21)] : Époisses, [Saône-et-Loire (71)] : Épinac,
Et, Est, Él [Essonne (91)] : Étampes, [Aveyron (12)] : Estaing, [Haute-Garonne (31)] : Saint-Élix-le-Château, [Seine-Maritime (76)] : Ételan,
Far [Yonne (89)] : Saint-Fargeau, [Aude (11)] : Château de Fa,
Fey, Fay [Haute-Marne (52)] : Lafauche, [Moselle (57)] : Falkenstein, [Haute-Savoie (74)] : Faucigny, [Isère (38)] : Fayet, [Aveyron (12)] : Château de Fayet, [Pyrénées-Orientales (66)] : Château Vicomtal Saint-Pierre de Fenouillet, [Seine-Maritime (76)] : Fécamp,
Fair,Fer [Haut-Rhin (68)] : Ferrette, [Aude (11)] : Saint-Ferriol, Château de Montferrand, [Hérault (34)] : Montferrand, [Lozère (48)] : Montferrand, [Aisne (2)] : Fère-en-Tardenois, La Ferté-Milon
Fle [Bas-Rhin (67)] : Fleckenstein, [Saône-et-Loire (71)] : Bissy-sur-Fley,
Flo [Aveyron (12)] : Château de Floyrac, [Lozère (48)] : Florac,
Foi [Languedoc-Roussillon-Midi-Pyrénées (Region)] : Château de Foix, [Ariège (9)] : Foix,
Fon [Vosges (88)] : Fontenoy-le-Château, [Ille-et-Vilaine (35)] : Bonnefontaine, [Cher (18)] : Font-Moreau (Poul), [Paris (75)] : Fontainebleau, [Aveyron (12)] : Château de Fontanges, [Calvados (14)] : Fontaine-Henry,
Fau [Isère (38)] : Fallavier, [Savoie (73)] : La Forest, [Doubs (25)] : Montfaucon, [Hérault (34)] : Faugères, Fos, [Somme (80)] : Folleville, [Calvados (14)] : Château de Falaise, [Vendée (85)] : Tiffauges,
Fou [Aquitaine-Limousin-Poitou-Charentes (Region)] : Fouras, [Vienne (86)] : Le Fou, [Ille-et-Vilaine (35)] : Fougères, [Loir-et-Cher (41)] : Fougères-sur-Bièvre,
Fra [Bas-Rhin (67)] : Frankenbourg, [Pyrénées-Atlantiques (64)] : Labastide-Villefranche, [Rhône (69)] : Francheville, [Haute-Garonne (31)] : Villefranche,
Fre, Fray [Bas-Rhin (67)] : Freudeneck, [Aveyron (12)] : Château de Frayssinet (3),
Fro [Bas-Rhin (67)] : Frœnsbourg, [Côte-d'Or (21)] : Frôlois, [Jura (39)] : Frontenay, [Orne (61)] : Domfront,
Gag, Gan [Corrèze (19)] : Gageac, [Allier (3)] : Gannat, [Hérault (34)] : Ganges,
Gai [Eure (27)] : Château Gaillard,
Gar [Ariège (9)] : Lagarde, [Gers (32)] : Garranée, Lagardère, [Lozère (48)] : la Garde, [Pyrénées-Orientales (66)] : Fort Lagarde,
Gau [Aude (11)] : Gaussan, [Aveyron (12)] : Château de Galinières, [Haute-Garonne (31)] : Galié,
Gem [Gers (32)] : Sainte-Gemme,
Gen [Vienne (86)] : Gençay, [Aveyron (12)] : Ginals, Château de Saint-Geniez de Bertrand, [Haute-Garonne (31)] : Jean, [Hérault (34)] : Géant, [Lot (46)] : Geniez,
Geo [Gers (32)] : Saint-Georges,
Ger [Bas-Rhin (67)] : Petit-Geroldseck, [Creuse (23)] : Saint-Germain-Beaupré,
Gev [Côte-d'Or (21)] : Gevrey-Chambertin,
Gim, Gis [Aveyron (12)] : Château de Gissac, [Gers (32)] : Gimbrède, [Calvados (14)] : Château de Gisors, [Eure (27)] : Gisors,
Gor [Aquitaine-Limousin-Poitou-Charentes (Region)] : Gourville, [Dordogne (24)] : Lagorce, [Saône-et-Loire (71)] : Igornay, [Alpes-Maritimes (6)] : Gourdon (completed with view),
Gue [Yonne (89)] : Guédélon, [Indre-et-Loire (37)] : Guerche (la), [Hérault (34)] : Castelnau-de-Guers,
Gra [Bas-Rhin (67)] : Grand-Geroldseck, [Meurthe-et-Moselle (54)] : Cons-la-Grandville [Loire (42)] : Grangent, [Aveyron (12)] : Château de Graves, [Manche (50)] : Gratot,
Gre [Bas-Rhin (67)] : Greifenstein, [Drôme (26)] : Grâne, [Hérault (34)] : Grézan (Laurens), [Lot (46)] : la Grézette, [Lozère (48)] : Grèzes,
Gri [Drôme (26)] : Grignan, [Lozère (48)] : Grizac, [Alpes-Maritimes (6)] : le château Grimaldi d'Antibes (musee),
Guy, Gui [Bas-Rhin (67)] : Guirbaden, [Deux-Sèvres (79)] : la Guyonnière, [Dordogne (24)] : Guilleragues, [Côtes-d'Armor (22)] : Le Guildo, [Côte-d'Or (21)] : Éguilly, [Indre-et-Loire (37)] : Gizeux, [Seine-et-Marne (77)] : Montaiguillon, [Aude (11)] : Château de Quillan, [Aveyron (12)] : Château de Guizard, [Hérault (34)] : Guilhem (Clermont-l'Hérault), [Aisne (2)] : Guise,
Hag [Bas-Rhin (67)] : Hagelschloss,
Hat, Har, Hâ [Meuse (55)] : Hattonchâtel, [Loiret (45)] : du Hallier, [Aisne (2)] : Château d'Hardelot, [Pas-de-Calais (62)] : Hardelot, [Somme (80)] : Ham, [Eure (27)] : Harcourt,
Hel [Moselle (57)] : Helfedange, Helfenstein, [Corrèze (19)] : Saint-Hilaire
Her [Ardennes (8)] : Hierges, [Bas-Rhin (67)] : Herrenstein, [Corrèze (19)] : l'Herm, [Gers (32)] : Herrebouc, [Vendée (85)] : Sainte-Hermine,
Hohen, Hof, [Bas-Rhin (67)] : Hohenbourg, Hohenfels, Hohenstein, Osthoffen,, [Haut-Rhin (68)] : Hohenack, Hohlandsbourg,
Hom [Moselle (57)] : Hombourg-Budange, Hombourg-Haut, [Gers (32)] : Homps,
Hun, Hu [Haut-Rhin (68)] : Hugstein, [Côtes-d'Armor (22)] : La Hunaudaye, [Saône-et-Loire (71)] : Saint-Huruge, [Seine-et-Marne (77)] : du Houssoy, [Yvelines (78)] : Donjon de Houdan,
Igé, If [Rhône (69)] : Irigny, [Saône-et-Loire (71)] : Igé, [Indre (36)] : Ingrandes, [Aveyron (12)] : Saint-Izaire [Bouches-du-Rhône (13)] : If (tourist island),
Jau, Jar, Jav [Meurthe-et-Moselle (54)] : Jaulny, [Aquitaine-Limousin-Poitou-Charentes (Region)] : Jarnac, [Deux-Sèvres (79)] : Javarzay, [Rhône (69)] : Jarnioux,
Joh [Corrèze (19)] : la Johannie, [Aveyron (12)] : Château de Montjaux,
Jos [Morbihan (56)] : Josselin, Plessis-Josso,
Jou [Corrèze (19)] : Jumilhac, [Haute-Saône (70)] : Fort de Joux, [Jura (39)] : Jura, [Yonne (89)] : Jully, [Cher (18)] : Jouy, [Lot (46)] : Les Junies, [Orne (61)] : Joué du Plain,
Joy [Aude (11)] : Ducs de Joyeuse, [Haute-Garonne (31)] : Saint-Jory,
Kay [Haut-Rhin (68)] : Kaysersberg, [Lot (46)] : Caïx, [Calvados (14)] : Caen,
Kag [Bas-Rhin (67)] : Kagenfels,
Ker [Finistère (29)] : Kerourzere, [Aveyron (12)] : Château de Kermaria,
Kin [Bas-Rhin (67)] : Kintzheim,
Koe [Bas-Rhin (67)] : Haut-Kœnigsbourg,
Lan [Ardennes (8)] : Landreville, [Bas-Rhin (67)] : Landsberg, [Haut-Rhin (68)] : Landskron, [Allier (3)] : la Lande, [Haute-Savoie (74)] : Langin, [Loire (42)] : Trolanderie, [Savoie (73)] : Miolans, [Indre-et-Loire (37)] : Langeais,
Lar [Morbihan (56)] : Largoët, [Jura (39)] : Villars, [Gard (30)] : Saint-Laurent-Le-Minier, [Gers (32)] : Saint-Lary, Larressingle, [Haute-Garonne (31)] : Laréole, Saint-Félix-Lauragais, [Lot (46)] : Larnagol, Saint-Laurent-les-Tours,
Lau, Loe [Bas-Rhin (67)] : Loewenstein, [Meurthe-et-Moselle (54)] : Longwy, [Aquitaine-Limousin-Poitou-Charentes (Region)] : l'Isleau, [Indre-et-Loire (37)] : Loches, [Haute-Garonne (31)] : Launac,
Layé, Lai, ley [Côtes-d'Armor (22)] : Fort-la-Latte, [Saône-et-Loire (71)] : Layé, Leynes, [Essonne (91)] : Montlhéry, [Tarn (81)] : Castelnau-de-Lévis, [Loire-Atlantique (44)] : La Motte-Glain, Goulaine,
Lav [Aquitaine-Limousin-Poitou-Charentes (Region)] : Villebois-Lavalette, [Loir-et-Cher (41)] : Lavardin, [Hérault (34)] : Lavagnac,
Lic [Bas-Rhin (67)] : Lichtenberg,
Lis, Ly [Haut-Rhin (68)] : Saint-Léon, [Rhône (69)] : Lissieu, [Eure (27)] : Lyons-la-Forêt, [Loire-Atlantique (44)] : Clisson,
Lor [Bas-Rhin (67)] : l'Ortenbourg, [Moselle (57)] : Ducs de Lorraine (Sierck), [Hautes-Pyrénées (65)] : Lourdes,
Lou, Lu, Lut [Bas-Rhin (67)] : Lutzelbourg, Lutzelhardt, [Meurthe-et-Moselle (54)] : Dieulouard, [Moselle (57)] : Luttange, Lutzelbourg, [Aquitaine-Limousin-Poitou-Charentes (Region)] : Château de Châlucet, [Gironde (33)] : Châlucet, [Vienne (86)] : Lusignan, [Saône-et-Loire (71)] : Lugny, [Indre-et-Loire (37)] : Luynes, [Paris (75)] : Le Louvre, [Aveyron (12)] : Loupiac, [Lot (46)] : Luzech, [Lozère (48)] : Luc, [Alpes-Maritimes (6)] : Lucéram (ruin),
Lux [Moselle (57)] : Comtes de Luxembourg,
Mer [Corrèze (19)] : Merle, [Gers (32)] : Mérens, Sainte-Mère, [Lot (46)] : Mercuès,
Mey, Mei, Mai [Haut-Rhin (68)] : Meywhir, [Deux-Sèvres (79)] : Saint-Mesmin, [Ardèche (7)] : Maisonseule, [Haute-Loire (43)] : Domeyrat, [Rhône (69)] : Chamelet, [Côte-d'Or (21)] : Mâlain, [Eure-et-Loir (28)] : Maintenon, [Aveyron (12)] : Méjanel, Mélac, [Hérault (34)] : Aumelas, [Lot (46)] : Mayrac, [Lozère (48)] : Meyrueis, [Eure (27)] : Fort de Limaie, [Mayenne (53)] : Mayenne,
Mal [Moselle (57)] : Malbrouck, [Pyrénées-Atlantiques (64)] : Mauléon, [Ille-et-Vilaine (35)] : Saint-Malo, [Hérault (34)] : Malavieille,
Mah [Yvelines (78)] : Donjon de Maurepas, Villiers-le-Mahieu, [Gers (32)] : Maniban, Mansencôme, [Hautes-Pyrénées (65)] : Mauvezin, [Pyrénées-Orientales (66)] : Palais des Rois de Majorque,
Mar [Haute-Marne (52)] : Haute-Marne, [Vosges (88)] : Saint-Jean-du-Marché, [Aquitaine-Limousin-Poitou-Charentes (Region)] : Marthon, [Corrèze (19)] : Puymartin, [Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes (Region)] : Château des Adhémar, [Drôme (26)] : Adhémar, Chamaret, [Savoie (73)] : Les Marches, [Saône-et-Loire (71)] : Marcilly-la-Gueurce, Marigny (Fleurville), Marigny, [Indre-et-Loire (37)] : Cinq-Mars-la-Pile, [Aude (11)] : Saint Martin de Toques, [Aveyron (12)] : Marinesque, [Gers (32)] : Saint-Martin-d'Armagnac, Flamarens, [Haute-Garonne (31)] : Sainte-Marie, [Hérault (34)] : Margon, Marsillargues, [Vaucluse (84)] : Lourmarin (artists trust located on a hill),
Mas [Vienne (86)] : Masseuil, [Loire (42)] : Chalmazel, [Aveyron (12)] : Masse, [Gers (32)] : Mansencôme, [Hérault (34)] : Mazers (Fontės), [Lot (46)] : Masclat,
Mat [Loir-et-Cher (41)] : Matval,
Mir, Min, Mil, [Corrèze (19)] : Milandes, [Ariège (9)] : Mirabat, [Aude (11)] : Miramont, [Hérault (34)] : Minerve, [Lozère (48)] : Miral,
Mon [Ardennes (8)] : Montcornet, [Marne (51)] : Monmort, [Aquitaine-Limousin-Poitou-Charentes (Region)] : Montbron, Montignac-Charente, Richemont, Montendre, Montguyon, [Corrèze (19)] : Montaigne, Montfort, Montréal, [Gironde (33)] : Montbrun. [Landes (87)] : Montréal, [Lot-et-Garonne (47)] : Lagrange-Monrepos, [Pyrénées-Atlantiques (64)] : Moncade, Montaner, [Ain (1)] : Montribloud, [Allier (3)] : Montgilbert, [Haute-Savoie (74)] : Montrottier, [Loire (42)] : Montrond, [Puy-de-Dôme (63)] : Montpensier, [Rhône (69)] : Montmelas, [Savoie (73)] : Montcharvin, [Côtes-d'Armor (22)] : Montafilan, [Côte-d'Or (21)] : Mont-Saint-Jean, Montfort, [Saône-et-Loire (71)] : Montaigu, Montcony, [Cher (18)] : Montrond, [Indre (36)] : Mont (le), [Loir-et-Cher (41)] : Montoire-sur-le-Loir, [Yvelines (78)] : Montfort, [Ariège (9)] : Montaillou, [Aveyron (12)] : Montarnal, Château de Montaigut, Château de Montalègre, [Gard (30)] : Montdardier, [Haute-Garonne (31)] : Montespan, [Hérault (34)] : Montouliers, [Lot (46)] : Castelnau-Montratier, [Lozère (48)] : Montjézieu, Montialoux, [Nord-Pas-De-Calais (59)] : Montmonrency, [Oise (60)] : Montataire, [Pays de la Loire (Region)] : Chateau de Montsoreau, [Maine-et-Loire (49)] : Montreuil-Bellay, Montsoreau, [Mayenne (53)] : Montjean, [Vendée (85)] : Apremont,
Mor [Haut-Rhin (68)] : Morimont, [Pyrénées-Atlantiques (64)] : Morlanne, [Seine-et-Marne (77)] : Moret, [Mayenne (53)] : Mortiercrolles, [Vaucluse (84)] : Mornas (fortress wall with view),
Mos [Vosges (88)] : Châtel-sur-Moselle, [Aveyron (12)] : Mostuéjouls,
Mot, Mog [Gers (32)] : la Mothe, Mothes, [Hérault (34)] : la Mogère, [Orne (61)] : Château de la Motte,
Mou [Meurthe-et-Moselle (54)] : Mousson, [Moselle (57)] : Mouterhouse, [Loir-et-Cher (41)] : le Moulin, [Loiret (45)] : Meung-sur-Loire, [Hérault (34)] : Mourcairol,
Moy [Meurthe-et-Moselle (54)] : Moyen,
Mur [Deux-Sèvres (79)] : Mursay, [Loire (42)] : Château de Murol, [Puy-de-Dôme (63)] : Murol, [Jura (39)] : la Muyre, [Vaucluse (84)] : Murs (res.),
Nan, Naj [Seine-et-Marne (77)] : Nangis, Nantouillet, [Aveyron (12)] : Najac, [Hérault (34)] : Saint-Maurice-Navacelles,
Ney, Ne [Seine-et-Marne (77)] : Nemours, [Lot (46)] : Nadaillac-de-Rouge,
Ner [Lot-et-Garonne (47)] : Nérac, [Bouches-du-Rhône (13)] : Ners (res.),
Nid, Ni [Bas-Rhin (67)] : Nideck, [Alpes-Maritimes (6)] : Nice (res.),
Nieu [Aquitaine-Limousin-Poitou-Charentes (Region)] : Nieul-lès-Saintes, [Bourgogne-Franche-Comté (21)] : Château de Châteauneuf, [Côte-d'Or (21)] : Châteauneuf, [Nièvre (58)] : Nièvre, [Saône-et-Loire (71)] : Châteauneuf,
Nio [Deux-Sèvres (79)] : Niort, [Aude (11)] : Niort-de-Sault, [Vendée (85)] : Noirmoutier,
No [Landes (87)] : Nolibos, [Saône-et-Loire (71)] : Nobles, [Yonne (89)] : Noyers,
Nom [Meurthe-et-Moselle (54)] : Nomeny,
Obe [Bas-Rhin (67)] : Oberhof, [Puy-de-Dôme (63)] : Opme,
Och [Bas-Rhin (67)] : Ochsenstein,
Oin, On [Rhône (69)] : Oingt, [Aveyron (12)] : Château d'Onet-le-Château,
Ois [Aquitaine-Limousin-Poitou-Charentes (Region)] : L'Oisellerie, [Saône-et-Loire (71)] : Ozenay,
Ol [Jura (39)] : Oliferne, [Pas-de-Calais (62)] : Olhain, [Calvados (14)] : Olivet,
Ouei [Haute-Garonne (31)] : Saint-Paul-d'Oueil,
Ori, Orc [Haute-Saône (70)] : Oricourt, [Haute-Garonne (31)] : Aurignac, [Eure (27)] : Orcher,
Par [Deux-Sèvres (79)] : Parthenay, [Saône-et-Loire (71)] : Le Parc,
Pes [Cantal (15)] : Pesteils, [Cher (18)] : Pesselières, [Aveyron (12)] : la Pèze, [Hérault (34)] : Pézènes-les-Mines, Pézenas, [Lot (46)] : Pestillac, Pechrigal,
Peyr, Per [Aude (11)] : Peyrepertuse, [Aveyron (12)] : Peyrelade, Château de Castelnau-Pégayrols, Château de Pagax, Château de Peyrusse-le-Roc, [Somme (80)] : Péronne, [Bouches-du-Rhône (13)] : L'Empéri (picasso museum),
Pic [Somme (80)] : Picquigny,
Pie [Bas-Rhin (67)] : Petite-Pierre, [Meurthe-et-Moselle (54)] : Pierrefort, Pierre-Percée, [Côtes-d'Armor (22)] : Pierre II (Guingamp) [Saône-et-Loire (71)] : Pierreclos, [Aude (11)] : Pieusse, [Oise (60)] : Pierrefonds,
Pis, Pi [Haute-Loire (43)] : Saint-Ilpize, [Yonne (89)] : Pisy, [Haute-Garonne (31)] : Pibrac, [Manche (50)] : Pirou,
Pfli [Haut-Rhin (68)] : Pflixbourg,
Pla [Corrèze (19)] : Plas, [Aveyron (12)] : Château de Planèze,
Pas [Nièvre (58)] : Passy-les-Tours, [Aude (11)] : Padern, [Aveyron (12)] : Pagax, [Lot (46)] : la Pannonie, [Tarn (81)] : Padiès,
Pau [Pyrénées-Atlantiques (64)] : Pau, [Allier (3)] : la Palice, [Haute-Loire (43)] : Polignac, [Aude (11)] : Château de Paulignan, [Haute-Garonne (31)] : Labastide-Paumès,
Pon [Aquitaine-Limousin-Poitou-Charentes (Region)] : Pons, [Aveyron (12)] : Château de Pomayrols, [Var (83)] : Pontevès (ruin with view in town),
Por [Gard (30)] : Portes, [Loire-Atlantique (44)] : Pornic,
Pre [Meurthe-et-Moselle (54)] : Prény,
Pou [Rhône (69)] : Pusignan, [Indre-et-Loire (37)] : Montpoupon, [Aveyron (12)] : Château du Puech, [Gard (30)] : Pujos, [Pays de la Loire (Region)] : Medieval Castle of Pouancé, [Maine-et-Loire (49)] : Pouancé, [Vendée (85)] : Pouzauges, [Alpes-Maritimes (6)] : La Napoule (res.),
Pui [Aude (11)] : Puilaurens, Puivert [Gard (30)] : Pouypardin, Pouylebon, Pouy-Roquelaure, [Hérault (34)] : Puisserguier, [Lot (46)] : Puy-Launay, [Vendée (85)] : Puy du Fou,
Que [Languedoc-Roussillon-Midi-Pyrénées (Region)] : Château de Quéribus, [Aude (11)] : Quéribus, Quertinheux, [Hautes-Alpes (5)] : Fort Queyras (completed touristed),
Ram [Bas-Rhin (67)] : Ramstein, [Moselle (57)] : Ramstein, [Somme (80)] : Rambures,
Ran [Vienne (86)] : Ranton, [Puy-de-Dôme (63)] : Randan, Ravel, [Loire-Atlantique (44)] : Ranrouët,
Rap, Rat, Rav, Ragn, [Drôme (26)] : Ratières, [Loire (42)] : Rapetour, [Yonne (89)] : Ragny,
Rau, Roh, Roth, [Bas-Rhin (67)] : Rohan (Mutzig), [Moselle (57)] : Rodemack, Rothenbourg, [Creuse (23)] : Crozant, [Haute-Vienne (87)] : Rauzan, Villandraut, [Haute-Loire (43)] : Saint Romain (at Siaugues-Sainte-Marie), [Morbihan (56)] : Ducs des Rohan (Pontivy), [Côte-d'Or (21)] : Rosières, [Territoire de Belfort (90)] : Rosemont,
Rey, Req [Haute-Marne (52)] : Reynel, [Cantal (15)] : Réquistat, [Haute-Saône (70)] : Ray-sur-Saône, [Loiret (45)] : Châteaurenard, [Aude (11)] : Tour Régine, [Aveyron (12)] : Recoules, [Manche (50)] : Regnéville,
Rib, Rip [Haut-Rhin (68)] : Haut-Ribeaupierre, [Haute-Savoie (74)] : Ripaille, [Hérault (34)] : Ribaute,
Rin [Bas-Rhin (67)] : Ringelstein (Grand), Ringelstein (Petit), [Haute-Savoie (74)] : Larringes,
Ris, Ric, [Loir-et-Cher (41)] : Montrichard, [Pas-de-Calais (62)] : Fort Risban (Calais),
Roc [Bas-Rhin (67)] : La Roche, [Aquitaine-Limousin-Poitou-Charentes (Region)] : Rochebrune, La Rochefoucauld, La Rochecourbon, [Dordogne (24)] : Auberoche, [Haute-Vienne (87)] : Roquetaillade, [Gironde (33)] : Rochechouart, [Drôme (26)] : Rochechinard, Rochefort-en-Valdaine, [Haute-Loire (43)] : Rochebaron [Haute-Savoie (74)] : La Roche-sur-Foron, [Loire (42)] : La Roche, Rochetaillée, [Puy-de-Dôme (63)] : Rocher, [Côtes-d'Armor (22)] : La Roche-Jagu [Côte-d'Or (21)] : La Rochepot, [Val-d'Oise (95)] : La Roche-Guyon, [Ariège (9)] : Roquefixade, [Aveyron (12)] : Roquelaure, [Gers (32)] : Larroque-Engalin, [Haute-Garonne (31)] : Larroque, [Hérault (34)] : Roquessels, [Lot (46)] : Larroque-Toirac, Rocamadour, [Lozère (48)] : Château de Roquedols, [Alpes-Maritimes (6)] : Roquebrune-Cap-Martin (touristed with view), Roquefort (ruin with view),
Rou, Ru [Aquitaine-Limousin-Poitou-Charentes (Region)] : Rioux, [Pyrénées-Atlantiques (64)] : Ruthie, [Ardèche (7)] : Crussol, [Finistère (29)] : Rustéphan, [Saône-et-Loire (71)] : Rully, [Territoire de Belfort (90)] : Rougemont, [Yonne (89)] : Druyes, [Eure-et-Loir (28)] : Dreux, [Aveyron (12)] : Mas Rougier, Château de Roumégous, Pruines, [Gard (30)] : Rousson, [Haute-Garonne (31)] : Rudelle, [Hérault (34)] : Cruzy, [Lot (46)] : Grugnac, [Calvados (14)] : Creully, [Seine-Maritime (76)] : Rouen,
Sau, Soh, Sat [Aquitaine-Limousin-Poitou-Charentes (Region)] : Saint-Sauvant, [Lot-et-Garonne (47)] : Sauveterre, [Isère (38)] : La Sône, [Cher (18)] : Sagonne, [Aveyron (12)] : Château de Sorgue, [Lozère (48)] : Saint-Saturnin, [Calvados (14)] : Sassy, [Manche (50)] : Saint-Sauveur-le-Vicomte, [Maine-et-Loire (49)] : Saumu,
Sal [Bas-Rhin (67)] : Salm, [Corrèze (19)] : Salignac, [Haute-Savoie (74)] : Sales, Sallenôves, [Loire (42)] : Essalois, [Savoie (73)] : La Salle, [Saône-et-Loire (71)] : La Salle, [Aveyron (12)] : Salvagnac-Cajarc, Château de Salmiech, [Haute-Garonne (31)] : Salvetat-Saint-Gilles, [Lot (46)] : Saignes, [Pyrénées-Orientales (66)] : Fort de Salses,
San [Deux-Sèvres (79)] : Sanzay, [Cher (18)] : Sancerre, [Aveyron (12)] : Château de Sanhes,
Sar [Indre (36)] : Sarzay, [Haute-Garonne (31)] : Sarremezan,
Sav [Savoie (73)] : ducs de Savoie (Chambery), [Côte-d'Or (21)] : Savigny, [Saône-et-Loire (71)] : Savigny-sur-Grosne, [Aveyron (12)] : Château de Savignac, [Gers (32)] : Savignac,
Sch [Bas-Rhin (67)] : Schœneck, [Allier (3)] : Chouvigny,
Sei, Sév [Ardennes (8)] : Sedan, [Ariège (9)] : Seix, [Aveyron (12)] : Château de Sévérac (2),
Sén [Aveyron (12)] : Sénergues,
Ser, Zer [Puy-de-Dôme (63)] : Chazeron, [Rhône (69)] : Châtillon-d'Azergues, Saint-Cyr, [Saône-et-Loire (71)] : Sercy, [Ariège (9)] : Surdespine, [Aveyron (12)] : la Servayrie, [Gers (32)] : Lasserre, Sempesserre, Sérillac,
Set, Sept [Isère (38)] : Septème, [Aisne (2)] : Septmonts,
Sey [Savoie (73)] : La Bâtie-Seyssel, [Côte-d'Or (21)] : Semur-en-Auxois, [Nièvre (58)] : Saône-et-Loire, [Saône-et-Loire (71)] : Semur-en-Brionnais, [Ariège (9)] : Montségur, [Aude (11)] : Saissac, [Haute-Garonne (31)] : Saint-Élix-Séglan, [Lot (46)] : Cénevières, [Mayenne (53)] : Lassay,
Sig [Saône-et-Loire (71)] : Sigy-le-Châtel, [Seine-et-Marne (77)] : Sigy,
Six [Moselle (57)] : Saint-Sixte, [Hautes-Alpes (4)] : Sisteron (Tourist Citadelle with view),
Sol [Ille-et-Vilaine (35)] : Solidor Tower, [Hérault (34)] : Château du Solier,
Spe [Bas-Rhin (67)] : Spesbourg,
Su, Sou [Drôme (26)] : Suze-la-Rousse, [Rhône (69)] : Sou, [Morbihan (56)] : Suscinio, [Loiret (45)] : Sully-sur-Loire, [Lot (46)] : Saint-Sulpice, [Mayenne (53)] : Sainte-Suzanne,
Tai [Aquitaine-Limousin-Poitou-Charentes (Region)] : Taillebourg,
Tar [Bouches-du-Rhône (13)] : Tarascon (to update),
Ter [Rhône (69)] : Ternand, [Aude (11)] : Termes, Villerouge-Termenès, [Gers (32)] : Terraube,Thibault de Termes, [Lot (46)] : Théron, [Aisne (2)] : Château-Thierry,
Tau, Tho [Côtes-d'Armor (22)] : Tonquédec, [Aveyron (12)] : Château de Taurines, [Gers (32)] : Tauzia,
Tay [Corrèze (19)] : Tayac, [Landes (87)] : Lacataye, [Seine-Maritime (76)] : Tancarville,
Thom [Savoie (73)] : Thomas II, [Aveyron (12)] : Tholet, [Lot (46)] : Saint-Thamar,
Thor [Haute-Savoie (74)] : Thorens, [Mayenne (53)] : Thorigné-en-Charnie,
Til [Savoie (73)] : Châtillon, [Côte-d'Or (21)] : Thil,
Tou [Vienne (86)] : Touffou, [Allier (3)] : Thoury, [Aveyron (12)] : Toulonjac, [Haute-Garonne (31)] : Latoue, [Vaucluse (84)] : Thouzon (ruine with view),
Tre [Ain (1)] : Trévoux [Finistère (29)] : Trémazan, [Morbihan (56)] : Trécesson, [Indre-et-Loire (37)] : Montrésor, [Aveyron (12)] : Château d'Entraygues,
Tur, Tour [Moselle (57)] : Turquestein, [Corrèze (19)] : Turenne, [Gironde (33)] : Lastours, [Ardèche (7)] : La Tourette, [Puy-de-Dôme (63)] : Tournoël, [Savoie (73)] : Tournon, [Indre-et-Loire (37)] : Tours, [Aude (11)] : Châteaux de Lastours, [Aveyron (12)] : Latour-sur-Sorgues , [Lot (46)] : Lastours, [Lozère (48)] : le Tournel, [Eure (27)] : Les Tourelles,
Ulr, Ult [Haut-Rhin (68)] : Saint-Ulrich, [Pyrénées-Orientales (66)] : Ultrère,
Uss [Indre-et-Loire (37)] : Ussé, [Ariège (9)] : Usson, [Gard (30)] : Uzès,
Vau, Bau, Beau [Meurthe-et-Moselle (54)] : Vaudémont, [Meuse (55)] : Gombervaux, [Aquitaine-Limousin-Poitou-Charentes (Region)] : Vauclair, [Creuse (23)] : Clairavaux (Puyravaux), [Deux-Sèvres (79)] : Airvault, Cherveux, [Lot-et-Garonne (47)] : Beauville, Gavaudun, [Ardèche (7)] : Vaussèche, Vogüé, [Haute-Loire (43)] : Beaufort, [Haute-Savoie (74)] : Beauregard, [Loire (42)] : Beauregard, [Rhône (69)] : Corcelles-en-Beaujolais, [Savoie (73)] : Beaufort, [Saône-et-Loire (71)] : Vautheau, [Indre-et-Loire (37)] : Le Rivau, Vaujours, [Loiret (45)] : Beaugency, [Val-d'Oise (95)] : Beaumont-sur-Oise, [Aveyron (12)] : Château de Saint-Beauzély, [Gard (30)] : Beaucaire, [Gers (32)] : Beaumont, [Haute-Garonne (31)] : Fourquevaux, [Hérault (34)] : Saint-Bauléry (Cébazan), [Lozère (48)] : Château de la Baume, [Calvados (14)] : Beaumont-le-Richard, [Maine-et-Loire (49)] : Baugé, [Mayenne (53)] : Bois Thibault, [Bouches-du-Rhône (13)] : Baux (ruin with view), [Vaucluse (84)] : Beaumont le Vieux (stones with view), Triumphal Arch of Orange (road archway),
Ven, Van [Bas-Rhin (67)] : Wangen, Angenbourg, [Corrèze (19)] : Ventadour, [Ardèche (7)] : Ventadour, [Haute-Loire (43)] : Chavaniac, [Loir-et-Cher (41)] : Vendôme, [Île-de-France (Region)] : Château de Vincennes, [Val-de-Marne (94)] : Vincennes, [Aveyron (12)] : Château de Venzac, [Haute-Garonne (31)] : Vieillevigne, [Hérault (34)] : Vendres,
Ver, Vir, Viv, Vit, Vil, Vig, [Bas-Rhin (67)] : Wittschloessel, [Haute-Marne (52)] : Vignory, [Haut-Rhin (68)] : Wildenstein, [Aquitaine-Limousin-Poitou-Charentes (Region)] : Verteuil, [Allier (3)] : Chouvigny, [Isère (38)] : Virieu, [Puy-de-Dôme (63)] : Viverols, [Brittany (Region)] : Château de Vitré, [Ille-et-Vilaine (35)] : Vitré, [Jura (39)] : Villemolin, [Aveyron (12)] : Versols, [Lozère (48)] : Villaret, [Eure (27)] : Vernon, [Bouches-du-Rhône (13)] : Vernègues (ruin with view),
Véz, Vai [Aveyron (12)] : Vézins, [Lot (46)] : Vaillac,
Vis [Aude (11)] : Domaine de Vialatelle, [Gard (30)] : Vissec,
Vieu, Vou [Moselle (57)] : Woippy, [Pyrénées-Atlantiques (64)] : Château-vieux, [Cantal (15)] : Vieillevie, Vixouze, [Vendée (85)] : Vouvant (Tour Mélusine),
Vry [Moselle (57)] : Vry, [Eure (27)] : Ivry-la-Bataille,
Wahl, Val [Haut-Rhin (68)] : Wahlenbourg, [Moselle (57)] : Waldeck, [Cantal (15)] : Val, [Indre (36)] : Valençay, [Aveyron (12)] : Valon, Château de Valadi, [Haute-Garonne (31)] : Vallègue, [Hérault (34)] : Valros, Dio-et-Valquières, [Mayenne (53)] : Laval,
Wec [Haut-Rhin (68)] : Weckmund,
Win [Bas-Rhin (67)] : Vieux-Windstein, Wineck, [Haut-Rhin (68)] : Wineck,
Vas, Was [Bas-Rhin (67)] : Wasenbourg, Wasigenstein, [Jura (39)] : Bazoches, [Indre-et-Loire (37)] : Montbazon, [Paris (75)] : The Bastille, [Aveyron (12)] : Château de Vabre, Château de Varès, [Gers (32)] : Bassoues, [Lot (46)] : Labastide,
Yeu, Yèv [Cher (18)] : Mehun-sur-Yèvre, [Loiret (45)] : Yèvre-le-Châtel, [Vendée (85)] : Île d'Yeu,
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Updated Close of these EU Castle Collective Minutes

In conclusion of tonights meeting;
The creation of "the Facet List of Castle Names" and "Baronnee Facets names".
In order to create larger facets, for a castle directory and groups, while still maintaining some consciousness order, over each original castle's name.
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