Château de la Cour des Prés

Rumigny, France

Château de la Cour des Prés was built in the early 16th century by Louis Martin. It was partially destroyed in the First World War and today in private use.


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Founded: 16th century
Category: Castles and fortifications in France


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Nguyen Mai Trang (2 years ago)
REMARKABLE BUILDING IN FRANCE The château de la cour des Prés, also known as "the fortified house of the cour des Prés" is located in the commune of Rumigny, at the exit of the village, on the road leading to Champlin. Everything is closed during our visit.
Florent Recloux (2 years ago)
??•Castle of the Cour des Prés?? Built in 1546 Old fortified house, private property ------------------------------ #visitoftheday ------------------------------ #rumigny #castle #visit #heritage
Guy Biasino (5 years ago)
Place to renovate
Anneso Blomme (5 years ago)
Nice guided tour and beautiful place
Silvestre Baudrillart (5 years ago)
Very nice place to visit. I recommend his bed and breakfast!
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