This castle is located next to the forest halfway to Compiègne. It was built in the 14th century and was destroyed several times. It was finally rebuilt into a palace by Napoleon III. Its military use is very obvious and magnificent.
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This castle was originally a defensive military castle built by the Duke of Orléans in 1393 near the forest near Compiègne. It was later destroyed and finally bought and rebuilt by Napoleon.
This is a defensive castle, built by Charles V’s second son next to the nearby forest. Therefore, the military use of the castle is greater than his life use, and the display of life scenes is not particularly large.
The castle was demolished by Louis VIII in the 17th century, and the architectural engineer Violet Le Duque restored it completely for Napoleon III.
A very spectacular castle, especially its several towering towers, is very eye-catching. The overall appearance of the castle is white, which is very solemn and generous. Many details inside the castle deserve careful observation.