Cyprus has a long history. It was a very important economic and trade town in the early days. There are many huge castle buildings in this place, and it is also a very defensive building complex. It is also good to visit here. .
In September, Fort Saint-Jean opened at 11 o'clock. I visited here on the first Sunday in September. It is open for free any day. Even the open days of Fort Saint-Jean have no restrictions on places to visit. The scenery of the castle and the harbour are very beautiful. If you are a person who likes to explore the history of the city, you will find it even more beautiful. There is also a passage leading to the Mediterranean Civilization Museum and the stone cage.
The fortress looks particularly beautiful and solemn under the blue sky and white clouds. Fort St. John and Fort St. Nicholas near it guard the old port of Marseille. Both were built by Louis 14.
A scenic spot that features castles and charming sea views.
Not a very famous city, but has many characteristics of castle, like castle architecture friends can visit.
Visiting the style of Marseille, one of the most worth visiting is the Basilica of Our Lady on the high ground in the city, and the other is the Fortress of St. John. The fortress was built in the time of Louis XIV, guarding the key point of the old port of Marseille leading to the Mediterranean. Climbing up the castle, you can not only enjoy the blue sky and blue sea of the Mediterranean Sea, but also overlook the charming harbor style of the old port of Marseille. The castle is connected to the Mediterranean Civilization Museum by an iron bridge in the sky. Classical and modern are organically combined, providing a good visual experience. The castle is free to visit, but there is a charge for museum visits.