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Château de la Vaucelle

Château de la Vaucelle
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Castle Facts:

Location: Saint-Lô, in the Manche departement of France (Basse-Normandie Region).
Built: 14th century.
Condition: In good condition.
Ownership / Access: --
Notes: Château de la Vaucelle is a castle built in the fourteenth century in the municipality of Saint-Lô near the Vire. Located along the Vire, the castle belongs to the descendants of the memoirist Saint-laws of the seventeenth century Luc Duchemin. St. Pernelle chapel is the work of a Lord of the Vaucelle Jean Boucart, confessor of Louis XI and founder of the parish library of St. Lo, which was for the second time Normandie library by its importance. Three kings resided in the Vaucelle: Edward III in 1346, the beginning of the Hundred Years War for the king was not the safest city, Francis during his visit in 1532 and Charles IX. The loft and wall niches north undergone a registration as a historic monument since July 11, 1975.

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