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Chateau de Crevecoeur, Crevecoeur-en-Auge
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  • The ignorant will cry foul for lack of understanding that they see a rare example of the type "motte-and-bailey" Castle. Visitors "who want their money" is consoleront by noticing the farmyard buildings make up an all original and pleasant to the eye. The history of the family of the "Crevecquer" also deserves that attention. The visit - weather is imperative! -is certainly short (60'), but we're very welcomed and well informed, it allows a relaxing stroll, a friendly stroll. Adjacent to a visit of a strong traditional Castle, it also allows to measure the evolution of 4 centuries of fortification.
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  • We were a little disappointed as when we went there were no people dressed in costume. As all there advertising shows people in costume it meant it felt a little bare. We hired one of the english reco...  more »
  • I have no other Word. Or if, a scam. €7 for nothing, see empty rooms, ah not tell I, rather an exhibition on oil?, or on some photos having nothing to do with the Castle, only one room is furnished, the kitchen. Absolutely nothing is put in scene, when you compare this rate compared to other museums in the region, it is scandalous. I don't know the feces of animals bordering the gravel ground. Then yes during the medieval whether to see, but in September, lower your prices to the extent that it is ' has to do. A Council, take a photo entry, this will be enough.
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