The Châtelet, narrow construction flanked by two tall corbelled turrets and crowned with crenellations reaching as far as the Merveille (Marvel), built in 1393 by Pierre Le Roy (1386 ? 1411) to fortify the entrance to the Abbey, Le Mont Saint Michel, 13th century, thanks to a donation by the king of France, Philip Augustus, Manche, Basse Normandie, France. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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The Châtelet, narrow construction flanked by two tall corbelled turrets and crowned with crenellations reaching as far as the Merveille (Marvel), built in 1393 by Pierre Le Roy (1386 ? 1411) to fortify the entrance to the Abbey, Le Mont Saint Michel, 13th century, thanks to a donation by the king of France, Philip Augustus, Manche, Basse Normandie, France. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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