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Landal Castle

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The castle of Landal, in one of the most picturesque sites of the department, exists since XIIe century. The fortress whose imposing masses remain today date primarily of XIVe and XVe century. It counted six strong towers of which three are still upright. The large home, partly rebuilt at the XIXe century, offers one of the great successes of the neo-gothic style. Besieged and taken with English during the One hundred Year old war (1354) by the Marshal of France Arnoul d' Audrehem, the castle was set fire to by the Members of a league at the end of XVIe century, then burned again by an English task force in 1758. The wild and escarpé site which surrounds the castle and the pond deserves long walks.

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Castle :

Château de Landal
35120 Broualan

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