Castles

Better known for its battlefields, Verdun also boasts an invaluable architectural heritage, to which the Episcopal Palace is a magnificent testimony. In his memoirs, the Duke of Saint-Simon (the first Bishop of Verdun) describes the building as the biggest and most splendid episcopal palace in France. It stands next to the Cathedral of Verdun with its cloister which, reminiscent of an acropolis, dominate the cityscape.

originally conceived as a moated castle, this historic ensemble is quietly situated in the small village of Lissingen.

in the 19th century, the Château of Thillombois underwent extensive alterations under the supervision of the Nettancourt-Vaubécourts, an illustrious family who owned the château until 1961, when th

In the heart of the three-country-border, at the threshold of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, Germany and Belgium, the feudal fortress had initially been built to defend the nearby medieval town of

sitting on a rocky promontory above the river Chiers, surrounded by wooden hills and the village of Cons-la-Grandville, the castle was built on the remains of a medieval stronghold erected by Dudon

Niederburg and Oberburg form a beautiful, exceptional ensemble of two medieval castles, staggered one behind the other on two steep rocks in the Eifel town of Manderscheid.

the fortress, which is affectionately nicknamed Emma's Castle by the people of the Geul valley, was officially mentioned for the first time in 1260.

ancient military keep/château in charming surroundings. Renovation in progress (2011).

The impressive castle towers dramatically above the picturesque village of Vianden, in a natural landscape of unparalleled beauty, on the banks of the river Our.

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