Tonquédec Castle in Brittany by EuroTourData

Tonquédec Castle is restored ruins of the hill castle, built around 1160 for nobles of the House of Coëtmen. In 1395 the castle was dismantled by order of John IV, Duke of Brittany. The restoration of the castle was started in 1406 and during the 15th century, owners of the castle sought to modernize and adapt the castle to defend against artillery. In 1626 the castle was partially dismantled by order of cardinal Richelieu. Since 1880 the owners of the castle have been the Rougé family.

View on the tower and the curtain wall of Tonquédec Castle in Brittany

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Tonquédec Castle tabular info
Tourist Audience Cultural heritage tourism
French name Château de Tonquédec
Type Hill castle
Condition Restored ruins
Entrance fee € 6.50
Opening hours April, May, June, September daily from to and from 1st July to 31th August daily from to CEST UTC+02:00
Owner Rougé family
Street address
Route du Château
Postal code 22140
Commune Tonquédec
Region Brittany
Country France
Latitude 48.67622
Longitude -3.41126
GeoNames ID 12524428
Plus code 8CWRMHGQ+FF

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