The Château de Thil is a ruined mediaeval castle located to the west of Dijon in Burgundy, in the commune of Vic-sous-Thil in the Côte-d'Or département of France. The presence of a fortress is known since 1016 from a map of Flavigny and the occupation of the site continued until the 17th century. Despite being heavily restored during the 20th century, the remains still permit architectural study.
Today, the castle appears as an ovoid enceinte, comprising a reduit and a lower courtyard. Building studies have identified different phases of construction from the 13th to the 16th century.
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