About Chateau de Regneville
Chateau de Regnéville is a ruined medieval castle in Normandy, France. The fortress was founded in the 12th century and the major remains date from the 14th century.
Built at the edge of the Sienne river estuary, it was intended to protect the important dry harbour of Regnéville-sur-Mer, one of the most active of the Cotentin Peninsula from the Middle Ages until the 17th century.
Partly dismantled at the end of the Hundred Years’ War, it was much altered during the 17th and 18th centuries.
Harcourt Castle is an impressive medieval fortification in Normandy, France. Likely dating back to the second half of the 12th century, the first stone castle was built by Robert II d'Harcourt - a companion in the crusade of Richard Lionheart.
The Château de Gratot is a ruined 14th century medieval castle in the commune of Gratot in Normandy, France.
The Château de Courcy is a ruined castle typical of 12th-13th century military architecture. Very little survives today.
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