About Chambois Castle
Chambois Castle is an impressive 12th century Norman fortress located in Normandy, France. While strictly speaking only the castle keep survives it remains an impressive structure. It is one of the rare surviving examples of a square keeps in Normandy.
The Château de Colombières is a medieval castle built during the 14th century in Colombières, Calvados, Normandy.
The Château de Caen is a Norman built around 1060 by William the Conqueror. Today, the castle serves as a museum that houses the Museum of Fine Arts of Caen, the Museum of Normandy and the Exchequer of Normandy.
Gaillard Castle is a ruined medieval castle, located above the commune of Les Andelys in Normandy, France.
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