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Owner description: The castle became the property of the d'Argouges Family in 1251, through marriage, up until 1777 when it became a marquisate. Built, restructured, and enlarged throughout the...
moreOwner description: The castle became the property of the d'Argouges Family in 1251, through marriage, up until 1777 when it became a marquisate. Built, restructured, and enlarged throughout the seven centuries of its history, Gratot has always been a castle with a little difference, periodically enriched by architectural changes. Its walls still talk of the times of Andaine, the fairy from the clear springs. The 19th Century saw a succession of owners who never kept up the property. Gradually, it fell into ruins and was invaded by ivy. The castle was definitively abandoned at the beginning of the 20th century. Since 1968, the Centre d'Animation du Château de Gratot manages this historical Landmark.
Attraction type: Castles; Points of Interest & Landmarks
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