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Château de Lugny

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The Château de Lugny is a castle in the commune of Lugny in the Saône-et-Loire département of France.
In the Middle Ages, the Château de Lugny, flanked by several towers and equipped with an “extremely high and very beautiful” keep, was surrounded by ditches filled with water from the source of the Bourbonne River - known as the “source des eaux bleues” - which rises at the foot of the castle hill. However, of the imposing castle of the lords of Lugny, burnt down during the French Revolution, there remains today only two round three-storey towers, traditionally dated from the 14th century, and part of the common buildings corresponding essentially to those of the old lower courtyard of the manorial residence and forming a quadrilateral.


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