Model of the Chateau de Rouen, displayed in the Tour Jeanne d'Arc, or Joan of Arc Tower, the donjon or keep and only remaining part of the Chateau de Rouen, built 1204 by Philippe Auguste or King Philip II of France, in Rouen, Normandy, France. The castle originally consisted of a polygonal enclosure flanked by 10 towers, with a circular keep and surrounded by a dry moat. The Tour Jeanne-d'Arc was the site of Joan of Arc's trial and torture and is listed as a monument historique. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Model of the Chateau de Rouen, displayed in the Tour Jeanne d'Arc, or Joan of Arc Tower, the donjon or keep and only remaining part of the Chateau de Rouen, built 1204 by Philippe Auguste or King Philip II of France, in Rouen, Normandy, France. The castle originally consisted of a polygonal enclosure flanked by 10 towers, with a circular keep and surrounded by a dry moat. The Tour Jeanne-d'Arc was the site of Joan of Arc's trial and torture and is listed as a monument historique. Picture by...
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