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A little history of Tonquédec castle

The façade | Binche / CC-BY-SA
Castle Tonquédec castle

Nicknamed the "Pierrefonds of Brittany", Tonquédec was raised in 1400 on river Guer's banks. With its 3 surrounding walls flanked by big towers, this fief belonged to a family of Penthièvre's side. In the 12th century, the land fell to barons de Coëtmen, also known as lords of Tonquédec.

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