Châteaugiron Castle in Brittany by EuroTourData
Châteaugiron Castle is the restored urban castle, built around 1070 on the site of a motte-and-bailey castle which was built for the knight Anquetil. The castle was rebuilt and given a modern shape around 1465. Many fortifications are well preserved in the castle, including keep with a height of 38 meters and fortified towers. The castle contains the Museum of french sculptors Gourdel brothers.
The article Histoire de Châteaugiron of Châteaugiron Commune website.