Address Donjon de Moncontour 86330 Moncontour, France

Ancient fortress built around the year 1040 by Foulques Nerra, the Donjon de Moncontour imposes its grandeur to its visitors and watches over the region for several centuries.

The Donjon de Moncontour tells a story as tumultuous as it is fascinating. Marked by the conflicts and the different sieges in the center of which it played a predominant role, this fortress is also known to have seen Bertrand du Guesclin and Geoffroy Martel write some of the most important pages of the history of France. And if a large part of it is still in ruins, the keep has been the object of a renovation campaign. The roof in particular has been redone. Offering a breathtaking view of the surroundings, this Poitou monument is one of the most remarkable in the region.

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London's guide to the 1000 cult locations for films, series, music, comics and novels

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