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    October 25, 2018

    A silent witness to history

    If you leave the French city of Rouen and travel about 25 miles southeast, on the way to Paris, you’ll see for yourself the ruins of Chateau Gaillard, still standing over the Seine River. King Richard I commissioned the castle in 1196, when England occupied portions of modern-day France. The English and French fought for control of the castle for roughly 250 years, a span including their conflict in the Hundred Years War. France finally wrested control of it for good in 1449, but by the late 1500s, Chateau Gaillard was uninhabited and falling into ruin. Henry IV of France ordered it demolished in 1599. Today, the outer walls—called baileys—are open to the public year-round, while the inner baileys are open during summer months.

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  1. Chateau Gaillard (Normandy) - 2019 All You Need to Know ...

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    Oct 27, 2018 · It is a short but steep hike up to Chateau Gaillard. Although you are walking up a paved road (open to cars), if you are not in good shape, you should take your time and stop periodically. It is worthwhile to explore the ruins.

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    • 位置: Chemin du Chateau de la Gaillard Les Andelys, Eure, Haute Normandie. Petit Andely, 27700, Normandy
  2. Chateau Gaillard, The Stronghold of Richard the Lionheart ...

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    Chateau-Gaillard is the very place where these romanticized stories meet History. For this fortress was dreamed of, skillfully designed and built by the fiery Richard I of England, feudal Duke of Normandy, better known as Richard the Lionheart.

  3. Château Gaillard - Wikipedia

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    • Château Gaillard is a ruined medieval castle, located 90 metres above the commune of Les Andelys overlooking the River Seine, in the Eure département of Normandy, France. It is located some 95 kilometres north-west of Paris and 40 kilometres from Rouen. Construction began in 1196 under the auspices of Richard the Lionheart, who was simultaneously King of England and feudal Duke of Normandy. The castle was expensive to build, but the majority of the work was done in an unusually sho…
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  4. Château Gaillard | castle, France | Britannica.com

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    Château Gaillard. Château Gaillard, (French: “Saucy Castle”), 12th-century castle built by Richard the Lion-Heart on the Andelys cliff overlooking the Seine River in France; substantial portions of it still stand. Upon its completion Richard reportedly declared in triumph that his new castle was gaillard,...

  5. Chateau Gaillard - Battle Castle

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    At Chateau Gaillard, Richard the Lionheart’s donjon is a shape of its own. Its exterior walls are sloped outward. At the front they join and project forward at a sharp angle.

  6. Château Gaillard (Les Andelys) - Normandy Tourism, France

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    Château Gaillard (Les Andelys) A medieval military masterpiece, Château Gaillard went up for Richard the Lionheart on chalk cliffs dominating a great meander in the Seine. The castle may be in ruins now, but the two fine villages below have developed down the centuries, merging into one to form Les Andelys.

  7. Château Gaillard - Topic - YouTube

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    Château Gaillard is a ruined medieval castle, located 90 metres above the commune of Les Andelys overlooking the River Seine, in the Eure département of Norm...

  8. Chateau Gaillard - Normandy, France - ThoughtCo

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    Chateau Gaillard. Chateau Gaillard in Normandy, France. High on the Andelys cliff in the region of Haute-Normandie, France, stand the ruins of Chateau Gaillard. Though no longer inhabitable, the remains speak to the impressive structure the Chateau once was.

  9. Siege of Château Gaillard - Wikipedia

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    The Siege of Château Gaillard was a part of Philip II's campaign to conquer the king of England's continental properties. The French king besieged Château Gaillard, a Norman fortress, for six months. The Anglo-Normans were beaten in the battle and the consequence was the fall of Normandy.

    • Date: August 1203-March 6, 1204
    • Territorial changes: Philip II gains control of Normandy from England.
  10. Gaillard castle, France: visitor guide for Chateau Gaillard

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    Chateau Gaillard date of construction: 1196 An extraordinary feat, Chateau Gaillard was built in just one year - 1196/7 - for English King Richard I (Richard the Lionheart). Richard died from a wound during the course of the construction.