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Clisson Castle

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Surrounded by a double ditch and strengthened walls dominating Sèvre, the medieval castle of Clisson was high in XIVe century louse its part Eastern. The remainder was built for François II of Brittany in second half of XVe century. Olivier IV of Clisson, constable of France and friend of Bertrand Of Guesclin, was most famous of the lords of Clisson. The castle was burnt in 1793 by the republican armies.

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Coordinates of the castle

Castle :

Château de Clisson
44190 Clisson

Phone : + 33 2 40 54 02 22

Proprietor :
Stats property - Listed monument

Date and schedule from the visits

The castle is open all days except Tuesday :

- of January 1 at December 31 of 9h30 at 12h and 14h at 18h

The castle is closed during the school holidays of December and February

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