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Chateau de Laas
- Chateau de Laas
- Alt Name:
- Late Modern (1800AD-1945AD)
- 1800AD - 1899AD
- Napoleon Bonaparte
about Chateau de Laas
Château de Laàs in Sauveterre-de-Bearn, France is a manor house built in the seventeenth century which houses an extensive art exhibit, mostly from the eighteenth century.
Château de Laàs has a collection of Napoleonic pieces. Guided tours of Château de Laàs are available.
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Address: Château de Laàs, 64390 Laàs, France
Phone: +33 5 59 38 91 53
Château de Laàs is located just south of the village of Laàs in southern France. It is around 20km south of Orthez, which has a railway station and 55 km east of Pau, which has an airport. It is also approximately 250km west of Toulouse along the A64 (2.5 hour drive), exit 8.
From April to June and September to November, Château de Laàs is open daily except Tuesdays, 10am-7pm (closed from noon to 2:00pm). From July to August, it is open daily, 10am-7pm.
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