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It is only 5 km from the castle of Peruturde to the ancient city of Carcassonne, which is so famous because it is the representative of the city of Carcassonne.
The ancient castle in Carcassonne is known as the largest and most preserved castle in Europe. It has a double wall of inner city and outer city. The inner wall is a Roman-style city block and the outer wall is a Gothic wall. The medieval castle is a solid soup. The shape of the castle often appears in cartoons.
Through the suspension bridge, enter the Nabones Bridge Gate, through the ancient street, you can reach the town center, stroll on the stone road in the Middle Ages, or walk around the ancient wall, the deep medieval style can not help but think of the Middle Ages Knight hero. Listen to the locals telling the story of the Romans occupying the castle or other castles, and the beauty and heavenly tranquility of the creation.
The castle was built in 1620. The owner of the castle, Bernard Perutitier, was appointed by the then young French King Louis XIII as the Minister of State Finance, and was highly appreciated by the King, thus opening the glory of the castle.
1910, the last Pei girl in the Peruturian family, Pauler Perutiye, inherited the castle. She then married the Christian Count of Brittany, Christian Rogeri. The manor and the winery have since been marked by Rogery.
In 1987, Nikola, the contemporary master of the castle, took over the castle and winery from his parents, continuing the castle that has been inherited for 10 generations and has a history of nearly 400 years. This castle is also open to the world along with its winery.
Carcassonne Carcassonne Castle is situated on a hill with towering walls, walls and turrets. From a distance, it is like a castle in a fairy tale, a typical medieval castle. Carcassonne Castle is not like other castles, it is like a royal family. It is more like a fortification. There are churches and houses in the walls of the castle. So this makes the Carcassonne castle so special that it can't be photographed at close range. Can only make drones!
From the 1st century AD, it became the fortress city of ancient Rome. The Romans occupied it until 460 AD, and then the Visigoths seized it and ruled for two and a half centuries; around 725 AD, the Arabs captured and ruled the place until the ancient castle of Carcassonne in 759 AD. Return to the embrace of the Frankish kingdom.