Château de Josselin
On the west side of this fortress, its four towers and their machicolations, its windows and its skylights tower over the walls, once part of the palace built in 16C by Jean II. Today, only the foundations remain of the original walls of the château built on a terrace. But from the Pont de Ste-Croix (bridge), there is a view of the "prison-tower" and the façade of the main building. This facade is unique in Brittany due to its granite sculptures. Only the ground floor, restored in the 19C is open to visitors.
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