CASTLE OF ROSSIGNOL
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The castle of Rossignol is an old fortress that was destroyed in the 16th century by the French army and rebuilt in 1609. Nowadays it is a cultural centre. The 12 hectare park with various and sometimes rare species, offers a permanent exhibition of contemporary artists. It is also the setting for a world-renowned summer music festival: the Gaume Jazz Festival.
Visit: only the exterior.
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