Location: Plévenon, in the Côtes-d'Armor departement of France (Bretagne Region).
Built: 1340-18th century.
Condition: Restoration in 1950s.
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Notes: Fort la Latte, Formerly the Roche-Guyon Castle, at the tip of the same name, opposite Cape Fréhel in the Côtes d'Armor department in the town of Plévenon, is one of the most famous Breton castles. Remarkable for its location on a rocky headland, facing the sea, it was the setting for several films. It is the subject of a classification as historical monuments since August 11, 1925 and February 28, 1934. The leitmotif of the ancient castle of the website was: "Me zo Ganet kreiz e ar mor" ( "I was born in the middle of the sea" in Breton). Title, also, of a famous poem by Jean-Pierre Calloc'h (Yann Ber Kalloc'h), set to music by Jef Le Penven.
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