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Château d'Épinac

Château d'Épinac
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Castle Facts:

Location: Epinac, in the Saône-et-Loire departement of France (Bourgogne Region).
Built: 14th century.
Condition: Restored.
Ownership / Access: Privately owned. Not open to public.
Notes: Château d'Épinac is located in the town of Épinac in Saône-et-Loire, on the edge of the plateau in front of the village. It dominates its high silhouette of the wide valley of Dree. Castle Nicolas Rolin, there are two main buildings and two of the four towers. The main building, including the attic are very high, form an angle which protrudes a watchtower. At Northwest, the house ends with a massive square stone tower, four stories high. In the South East, a square tower, planted obliquely, flanked construction. It was to serve as input and control the drawbridge. The polygonal turret contains a staircase. Ditches no longer exist, but beyond the terraces and gardens, remains a part of the vast polygonal enclosure. The castle is privately owned and not open to visitors.

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