Address Castle Plassac Chateau de Plassac, 17240 Plassac, France

Built in the 18th century, the castle Plassac is located in the commune of the same name in Charente-Maritime.

Located on the site of an ancient fortress, the building has been expanded several times over the years to meet the requirements of its successive owners. Known to have housed Rommel’s staff in 1940, at the beginning of the Second World War, it consists of a high pavilion with broken roofs framed by two wings each ending in a triangular pediment. Its courtyard is surrounded by 18th century stables. Its park, also remarkable, is bordered by walls with four round towers and three large doors. This part is also classified as a historical monument.

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