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The Château de Monte-Cristo is a country house initially commissioned by Alexandre Dumas, the main country house was built in 1846 and designed by French architect, Hippolyte Durand. While the main building is a massive building, Dumas also commissioned a much smaller writing studio – a sort of miniature castle. The writing studio is named after a setting from one of Dumas’ novels; Château d’If.

The writing studio of of French novelist Alexandre Dumas at Port-Marly, near Paris, named the Château d'If after a setting from his novel, the Count of Monte Cristo. A separate building on the site of the Château de Monte-Cristo.

abandoned church along the shores of Lake Michigan...Looks like a neat place to turn into a home.

abandoned church along the shores of Lake Michigan.Looks like a neat place to turn into a home.

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