139 Château Road
Middlebury, VT, USA

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  • Year Built: 1925
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Le Chateau, Middlebury

Built in 1925, for Middlebury College when it was the first "language house" in the country in which students pledged to speak only French. It is modeled on the Pavillon Henri IV at the Chateau de Fontainebleau near Paris. Today, it houses the Grand Salon, classrooms, French Department offices, as well as residential rooms for nearly fifty students. Downstairs there is a small theatre (formerly the dining room) where various language departments stage plays.

Le Chateau, Middlebury

Built in 1925, for Middlebury College when it was the first "language house" in the country in which students pledged to speak only French. It is modeled on the Pavillon Henri IV at the Chateau de Fontainebleau near Paris. Today, it houses the Grand Salon, classrooms, French Department offices, as well as residential rooms for nearly fifty students. Downstairs there is a small theatre (formerly the dining room) where various language departments stage plays.

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