Angers | Châteaux de La Loire

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Château d’Angers Châteaux de la Loire – UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Started in 1231 by Blanche de Castille, regent and mother of St Louis, this is a fine example of medieval architecture, covering 25 000m2 within its ramparts (bordered by a dry moat or the cliff edge) which links 17 towers. In a purpose-built gallery, the famous Apocalypse Tapestry is (other than the Bayeux Tapestry) the oldest example of a work on this scale to have survived..   – Michelin Travel : TheGreenGuide


 

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La façade sud

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Angers Maine panorama

Vue du château depuis la rive droite

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Angers vue generale

Vue du château depuis la rive droite

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Angers vue generale proche

Vue du château depuis la rive droite

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Tours de l’enceinte, coté Porte des champs.

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Château d'Angers 2008 PD 02

Alignement des tours, coté Porte des champs.

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Château angers rempart

Coté Porte des champs.

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La porte des Champs

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La porte des Champs vue de face.

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Château d'Angers walls 1

est aspect

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Angers Castle Loire Valley 2007

Tours de l’enceinte, coté Porte de ville

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La façade nord. Vue de la porte de la Ville

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Château d'Angers 2008 PD 10

la porte de la Ville

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La porte de la Ville, vue de face.

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Flèches du pont-levis.

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Tour du Moulin

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Château angers tour rempart

Tour du Moulin, la plus haute de l’actuelle forteresse

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Château d'Angers ramparts 3

Ramparts

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View of Château d'Angers from wall 2

Ramparts

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Incendie chateau angers 1

L’incendie du 10 janvier 2009

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Incendie chateau angers 2

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