About Saint Sauveur-le-Vicomte Castle
Saint Sauveur-le-Vicomte Castle is a partially-ruined 11th century French fortress in Normandy, France. The castle was besieged twice during the Hundred Years’ War. Today, the picturesque castle is open to the public and is listed as a Monument Historique by the French Ministry of Culture. The remains consist of a set of fortified walls with towers and a massive stone keep.
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