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Cher, Canton, France in Europe

Choose from 199 pictures in our Cher collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


The Turreted Pavilion and Long Gallery, reflected in the River Cher, Chateau de Chenonceau Featured Cher Print

The Turreted Pavilion and Long Gallery, reflected in the River Cher, Chateau de Chenonceau

The Turreted Pavilion and Long Gallery, reflected in the River Cher, Chateau de Chenonceau, Indre-et-Loire, Pays de la Loire, France, Europe

© James Emmerson

Architecture, Building Exterior, Castle, Castles, Chateau, Chateaux, Chenonceau, Chenonceaux, Cher, Color Image, Europe, Exteriors, France, Horizontal, Indre Et Loire, Land Mark, Landmarks, Outdoors, Pays De La Loire, Photography, Reflections, Touraine, Travel, Travel Destinations, Water

Chatillon. Jean-Baptiste. 31 ans, ne a Toiseron des Minard (Cher) Featured Cher Print

Chatillon. Jean-Baptiste. 31 ans, ne a Toiseron des Minard (Cher)

Chatillon. Jean-Baptiste. 31 ans, ne a Toiseron des Minard (Cher). Employe de commerce. Note du cabinet. 10/5/82, 1882

© Heritage Art/Heritage Images

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Chenonceaux Featured Cher Print

Chenonceaux

A building of the French Renaissance style, the Chateau of Chenonceaux was begun in 1515 for Thomas Bohier. First to be built was the four-towered Logis Bohier (center), standing on piles in the River Cher. The five-arched bridge (left) was added for Diane de Poitiers in 1556-9, and the gallery above was added in 1576 for Catherine de Medici. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)