Entrance to Castle Saint-Clair - Vendée by kordouane ()
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The castle has a current plan of ovoid shape, a courtyard surrounded by a wall encloses an inner courtyard, which contains the museum of the sea. The so-called Arundel tower, of square shape and equipped with machicolations on rather rare trilobal arches, is the keep of the castle in the XIVth century.
Another tower was demolished in the 17th century, at the site of the jetty. It was the Arbondelle tower, whose name had to be deformed into "Arundel" and given back to the present tower to replace the old demolished one.
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J'été très souvent en Vendée où habiter les parents de mon ???eme Mari (smile) (The postman rings not twice but sometimes 3 times if necessary) - Ta photo est très belle et elle m'inspire a faire une image medievale pour toi - Bref j'adore, ta photo et mon mari cheri!!! Bon weekend á toi et toute la famille!