Château de Corroy-le-Château


Built by the Count of Vianden, this impressive 13th-century castle is a photographer's wonderland, with impressive stone towers, a majestic chapel and an imposing gatehouse. Tours (in French) relate some of the castle's history as well as its architectural features.

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