Carcassonne Castle is one of the most famous castles in France, and the city is well preserved here. The whole result is composed of a tall and thick double-layer city wall. Although it has experienced hundreds of years of wind and rain, it is still very tall and solid, and it is quite well preserved. It is definitely a miracle and it is worth visiting.
The city wall of Carcassonne is a fine design of ancient European defensive architecture. It is nearly ten miles long and is divided into inner and outer double layers, relatively independent of each other. The outer side is obviously relatively low, but I don’t understand why European castles don’t dig moats. The real defensive center of gravity seems to be the second floor, including towers and so on. The biggest purpose of the first layer seems to be more to limit the deployment of the attacking forces.
Carcassonne is an ancient city with a history of nearly a thousand years in France. The walls of the castle here are quite intact, only a few sections are damaged, and the rest are intact. The city wall is ten meters high and is divided into three layers, inside and outside. Looking at his design, it can definitely be described as inflexible. It can be said to be a leader in ancient defensive architecture.
As an important military fortress at the time, Carcassonne had a very strong city wall, divided into two parts: the inner city and the outer city. In particular, the outer city wall was tall and solid, with various towers and observation decks. It is necessary to walk around the city wall. It took more than an hour and it was very shocking. You might as well take a walk and experience what it means to be solid.
In fact, this is a bunker. It's really great to come here. The city's history should be very long. It used to be a famous military castle. It was mainly used for defense in the past. Now it has become a great tourist destination.