A water tower named after Joan of Arc in France. It's quite a large building. The tower is not very tall and has a cylindrical structure. You can see many unique old areas in the market, and residential areas are also around here.
Most of the castle was demolished under the order of King Henry IV. Only the watchtower of the castle remains, which is the cylindrical spire building now known as the Tower of Joan of Arc.
In 1591, most of the castle was demolished by King Henry IV. Only the watchtower of the castle remained, which is now the cylindrical spire building known as Joan of Arc's Tower.
The Châteaude Rouen-Tour Jeanne-d''Arc Rouen was built in 1204-1210. This place was of great significance in the Hundred Years' War between Britain and France and the French War of Religion. It has been the political center of the Duchy of Normandy for nearly 400 years. From December 1430 to before the verdict, Joan of Arc was held here. Except for the Tower of Joan of Arc, other parts of the castle were demolished by the edict of King Henry IV of France in 1591. Opening hours: April to September, Wednesday to Saturday 10:00-12:30, 14:00-18:00, Sunday 14:00-18:30; October to March Monday, Wednesday to Saturday 10:00-12:30, 14:00-17:00, Sunday 14:00-17:30. Tickets are 1.5 euros. It is a 25-minute walk from the train station.
The exterior looks very local characteristics and characteristics.