Largoet Castle in Brittany by EuroTourData

Largoet Castle is the restored ruins of the lowland castle, built around 1260 for the Lord of Elven Derrien.

Northern view of Largoet Castle in Brittany

Description of Largoet Castle

On the territory of the castle there is an octagonal keep with a height of 52 meters and a wall thickness of between 6 and 9 meters. Also in the castle is a four-story butter-churn tower, the so-called Round Tower. In 1474, the famous prisoner was imprisoned in the castle: the Earl of Richmond, the future King of England Henry VII.

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Largoet Castle tabular info
Tourist Audience Cultural heritage tourism
French name Forteresse de Largoët
French alternate name Tours d'Elven
Type Lowland castle
Condition Restored ruins
Entrance fee € 6
Opening hours From 1st June to 30th September every day except Tuesday from to and from to CEST UTC+02:00
Owner Jordan family
Street address
Allée l'Argoet
Postal code 56250
Commune Elven
Region Brittany
Country France
Latitude 47.72516
Longitude -2.61844
GeoNames ID 12524338
Plus code 8CVVP9GJ+3J

Dataset to Largoet Castle in Brittany

Tabular dataset and ATOM feed to Largoet Castle in Brittany.

ETD ID: lrgbrt-frnc.

Creator: Nikolaj Antonov - ORCID.

Published: - Central European Summer Time (UTC+02:00).

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