Chateau d’Angers Tourism in France
Chateau d’Angers is a castle that was very old at all but the building is still all original with beautiful scenery and history. Chateau d’Angers is located in the city of Angers, where it’s been since the 9th century, when it was built by the Duke of Anjou. Major works and reconstruction also performed on the 13th century which resulted in the castle we see today. In the 15th century, the castle became the residence of the local nobility, because the Castle also called Fort count of Anjou. On the 16th and 17th century Castle serving military purposes, both as a defensive fortress and later as a military training school. Chateau d’Angers is revived in the 20th century when it was used by the Nazis to store weapons, Chateau d’Angers is destroyed after the wars of religion, then the top of the tower was destroyed, the Angers Castle is still described as great. The walls of the castle walls covering a distance of more than 500 yards at all, with seventeen towers that were built into the walls further add to its impressive appearance. During a visit to the Chateau d’Angers is the great wall and the first tower will attract your attention. French-style gardens have been planted in the position of the original moat around the castle walls. Inside the walls you can see the chapel buildings and substantial accommodation living, surrounded by a large courtyard. The Gallery Rene King 15 century and Chatelet, building a central courtyard is accessed is the other notable buildings.
Visit the castle to see the tapestry of the Apocalypse. They are not always so highly regarded they once served as a canopy to protect orange trees and is also used to cover the walls of the ruined Church. Woven in Paris by Nicolas Bataille from the cartoon by Jean de Bruges around 1375 Louis I of Anjou, they bought for a nominal sum in the 19th century. The book depicts St. John, stretching 100 feet. 1238 for outer wall Tower and 17 were built, creating a fortress. King Rene favored chateau, and during his rule the brilliant Course of life evolved until he was forced to surrender to Louis XI. Louis XIV turned the chateau became a prison. In World War II, the Nazis used it as ammunition depot, and bombed allied forces in 1944. Tapestry of the apocalypse is the center of a large collection of medieval tapestries that can be seen in the museum at the Chateau d’Angers. After looking at tapestries-tapestry, you can Tour the Fort, including courtyard, a prison, the Castle, the Tower windmills, 15 century Chapel, and the royal apartments.