Château de Coraboeuf

Coraboeuf
21340 - VAL-MONT
Côte d'Or
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The castle of Coraboeuf in Ivry-en-Montagne has spanned the centuries. It resisted assaults by the écorcheurs, demomlition ordered by Louis XI and a fire started in 1576 by the huguenot army. Observe its thick ramparts, its three towers and its strange antique donjon, a large square tower 10m high flanked with four corebelled turrets

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    Maximum size : 40

 

Last update : 01/01/2019

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