Alexandre Dumas’ Little Writing Cottage

Pinned on June 28, 2013 at 3:40 pm by Alex

Alexandre Dumas’ Little Writing Cottage

Photo Credit Jean-F. Bouzereau

You are looking at one of the writing studios within the Château de Monte-Cristo which was the country house of the famous French writer Alexandre Dumas.


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It was built in 1846 by the architect Hippolyte Durand and Dumas named it after one of his most successful books, The Count of Monte Cristo.

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John Englert says:

Actually, it’s the Chateau D’If; Chateau Monte Cristo is the MAIN house.

BettyAnn Walker says:

I have been to Dumas’ estate, the Chateau de Monte Cristo, and have seen and taken many photos of his darling writing studio, Chateau d’If. What a delightful jewel box this tiny place is!! Getting there is an easy day trip from Paris, so if you ever have the opportunity, don’t miss it!

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