Example of architecture from the 15th century, the castle is surrounded by a moat and has an octagonal tower called tour Melusine, atop, terminated the square plan which it passes through Corbels. A second tower, circular plan adjoining to the main façade, contains the stairs leading to the floors. The two towers are all that remains of the original building. These two towers have been met, in the 17th century, by a likely building on the foundations of the old Castle. Rising near the entrance, an isolated Tower dates back to the 13th century.
Source: Ministry of Culture, France
(Old Castle, gratot)
Old Castle, Patrimoine classé ou inscrit dit 'Ancien château' à gratot (manche 50200).gratot, manche
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