Top 100:  position 28 Sources top 100:  position 27
Total score:  669 points Rating visitors:  6.1 of 183 visitors.
Total score now:  885 points Rating visitors now:  6.6 of 230 visitors.
Country:  France Founder:  Lord Enguerrand III (The Great)
Region:  Picardie
Building structure:  Donjon in curtain wall
Place:  Coucy-Le-Château Castle type:  Mountain castle
Era:  13-th century Condition:  Ruined/Partly remained
Remarkable:  The 54 metres high donjon was destroyed by german troops when retreating in World War I. The lower parts are still intact. The remains give a good impression of the original enormous strenght of the castle.
Location:  Latitude: 49.521231294
Longitude: 3.3187029925

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