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Château de Trélon

Trélon, France

Château de Trélon originates from the 11th century, when it was owned by the d"Avesnes family. In 1478 the castle was besieged by John of Luxembourg. It has been damaged, burned and rebuilt serveral times during the history. The current castle was built in the early 1700s.


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Founded: 12th century
Category: Castles and fortifications in France
Historical period: Birth of Capetian dynasty (France)


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User Reviews

Helena Lu (9 months ago)
Beautiful Castle, nice guide! Special place to visit and to see and learn of its history. Thanks to the Family Merode to open there home.
Mok-san Vampiriatte (2 years ago)
Nadine Delassus (3 years ago)
Too bad the castle was closed it must have been superb to visit!
Vivie Hrs (3 years ago)
Night visit in the past of the castle which associates anguish fear nervous laughter !! I recommend completely. The speakers are really in their role, the guide is scary. All this in a very beautiful castle which is conducive to a terrifying visit. We went there as a family and loved it. We will go back for other events, sure !!!
Thomas Guilmain (3 years ago)
More than pleasant guided visit to the Château de Trélon. The guide is very understanding, kind, cultured and funny. He made us discover every corner of the castle with elegance and romanticism. The place offers an ideal panoramic view of the fields. We feel good and rested, in the company of a squirrel seen near a tree. The rooms are very luxurious and loaded with a fascinating story that the guide has managed to convey to us with precision.
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