The keep of Crupet Castle was built in the 13th century and originally consisted of a square tower surrounded by a moat. The entrance was probably protected by a drawbridge and portcullis. In the 16th century, the keep was converted to a manor house. A corner tower was added, the windows were enlarged, and the timber top floor and roof were built. The drawbridge was probably also replaced at this time. The keep is not open for visits, but is highly visible from the surrounding roads.



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Rue Basse 27, Crupet, Belgium
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Founded: 13th century
Category: Castles and fortifications in Belgium


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Keren Kinberg (2 years ago)
Very nice but looks abandoned
Rob Marissen (2 years ago)
Nothing to see. Private place
Christophe Lowette (2 years ago)
When I was there it was undergoing reconstruction so not really possible to visit
Igli Kocibelli (3 years ago)
It’s under construction but very cute castle from the outside
Niki Bix (3 years ago)
It's a beautiful building, still under construction. We enjoyed having a look from a distance. Very pretty village.
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