The Château de Losse and its gardens have been listed as a French monument since 1928.
The Château de Puymartin is a castle located in the commune of Marquay in the Dordogne department, between Sarlat and Les Eyzies.
It dominates the Beune Valley and was built at the end of the 12th century to protect the Benedictine Abbey of Sarlat.
The Manoir de la Salle is a French chateau in the Périgord Noir, located in Saint-Léon-sur-Vézère.
The former Hohenzollern fortress high above Kulmbach is the town's most prominent landmark.
St. Mary's Church, donjon and the over 100 m deep cistern in the well house bear witness to over 1,000 years of history.
The Würzburg Residence was built, with brief interruptions, in just under a generation and from scratch.
This was the home of Josephine Baker and made the castle popular all over the world.
As if sculpted from the rock, the castle dominates the Perigord region 150 meters above the Dordogne River.
The first and historically confirmed mention of Castelnaud Castle dates back to 1214.
The Marquis Jacques-François de Hautefort founded the Hôtel Dieu de Hautefort in the Périgord noir.
This picturesque island fortress guards the entrance to the Old Port of Marseille.
Eltz Castle is a 12th century hilltop castle in the valley of the Elz River.
Landeck Castle looks out of the chestnut forest, imposing and seemingly well preserved.
In the High Middle Ages, Trifels Castle had the status of an imperial castle from 1113 to about 1310.