The Girard castle built in 1660 for the Muret Family

The Girard castle (fr. Château de Girard), formerly named the Château des Muret, is a castle built in Mèze, in the Hérault department, in the Languedoc-Roussillon-Midi-Pyrénées region, in France. The Château de Girard dates from the 17th century. The chateau is in Languedoc Classicism style.

The castle was built in 1660 for the Muret Family. It was bought in 1995 by the Municipality of Mèze. It now houses artistic exhibitions and makes available to the public the Château de Girard park.

Coordinates: 43 ° 25 ’40 ” N 3 ° 36′ 21″ E

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