A water tower named after Joan of Arc in France, a very large building, the water tower is not very high, the cylindrical structure, in the market can see a lot of unique old areas, residential areas are also around here.
ChteaudeRouen-TourJeanne-d''Arc Rouen Castle was built in 1204-1210. It was important in the British and French centuries-old wars and the French religious wars. It has been the political center of the duchy of Normandy for nearly 400 years. Joan of Arc was imprisoned here from December 1430 until the verdict. In addition to the tower of Joan of Arc, other parts of the castle were demolished by the order of King Henry IV of France in 1591. Open from April to September Wednesday to Saturday 10:00-12:30, 14:00-18:00, Sunday 14:00-18:30; Monday, Wednesday to Saturday 10:00-12:30, 14:00-17:00, Sunday 14:00-17:30. Tickets 1.5. It is a 25-minute walk from the train station.
This castle played a great role in the century-old war, but later with the progress of history, gradually abandoned, but you can still feel the majesty of the castle, you can easily reach here from the train station!
Most of the castle was demolished by King Henry IV, leaving only the watchtower of the castle, the cylindrical spire now known as the Tower of Joan of Arc.
In 1591, the castle was largely demolished by King Henry IV, leaving only the watchtower of the castle, now known as the cylindrical spire of the tower of Joan of Arc.