Address The Chain Tower of La Rochelle Vieux-Port, 17000 La Rochelle, France

The two towers of the port of La Rochelle, the Tour Saint-Nicolas and the Tour de la Chaîne had a defensive vocation.

Together with the Lantern Tower, the Chain Tower and the Saint-Nicolas Tower allowed the maritime city to defend itself.

These two medieval buildings guarded the entrance to the port with a chain.

The Saint-Nicolas tower is the highest. It is made up of rooms, stairs and galleries.

The tower of the chain, as its name indicates, made it possible to go up and down the very heavy chains. Of cylindrical form, it measures 15 meters in diameter.

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