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Château de Mandajors

Château de Mandajors
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Castle Facts:

Location: Saint-Paul-la-Coste, in the Aude departement of France (Languedoc-Roussillon Region).
Built: 12th century.
Condition: --.
Ownership / Access: Lord of Mandajors.
Notes: Le château de Mandajors est un ancien château français, situé sur le territoire de la commune de Saint-Paul-la-Coste dans le département du Gard. La chapelle de Mandajors est le seul reste du château après sa destruction en 1703.The castle was built on a rocky outcrop along the royal road in the twelfth century. It belonged to the lord of Mandajors. According to a register of the abbots of Cendras (sixteenth - seventeenth centuries), it depended on the diocese of Alais and Saint-Paul-la-Coste consisted of 150 "fires". It is specified that the castle of Montagut belonged to the lord of Montalet, baron d'Alais, where the following places were located: Magueilles, Las Conques, Brugueroles, Le Mas, Le Fourcarès, La Caïla, La Cessenade, Carrevieille, Fontane, Bertrand , Le Vialaret, Le Ponteil, Les Boissières, Le Tioure, Casenove, Roubarbel, La Martinole, Le Martinet, Laubemorte, Sausson and the Mas de Guilhem. A jurisdiction of "25 fires" depended on the castle of Mandajors. Chestnuts and mulberry-trees were the most important productions, with little wine, little wheat, and chestnut coppice, of which hoops were made.

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