A medieval citadel with a drawbridge and moat.
An ancient Roman aqueduct from 60 AD.
A chateau that actually spans the width of an entire river.
An island commune built in harmony with the feudal society from which it came.
And of course, that famous wrought iron lattice tower in the capital that everyone swoons over.
Almost every town in France has at least one ancient bridge, cathedral, or chateau to admire.
These incredible monuments are the stuff of dreams, relics of yesteryear that speak volumes about France’s culture.
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