Château de la Trave

Préchac, France

Arnaud-Bernard de Preyssac built the Château de la Trave in the early 14th century. It was destroyed in 1456 by the order of Charles VII of France.

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Founded: 14th century
Category: Castles and fortifications in France
Historical period: Late Capetians (France)

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François-Rémi Clément (3 years ago)
July 2021, I took part in a renovation project for this church! Adichats!
Marie-Line BRUNET (3 years ago)
Historical monument at the foot of the Ciron at the Trave bridge
Christyl Larché (4 years ago)
Very beautiful place overlooking the Ciron. When the sun is out, the shine of the stones shimmers around the wildlife. It lacks the historical documentation of the place, it is a pity. Explanatory panels would be welcome. Parking nearby. Possibility of getting to the edge of Ciron by stairs, holding hands with young children. Accessible to everyone.
Eric Malmoustie (4 years ago)
For lovers of old stones, a peaceful place on the edge of the Ciron.
Vinadium Collective (4 years ago)
Magnificent romantic ruins. This place dear to Léo Drouyn has lost none of its beauty, and is located in a relatively peaceful setting with a pretty view.
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