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Tour Anglica

Historic site and monument, Historic patrimony, Tower, Gothic, Classified in Barbentane
  • Built on the northern flank of the montagnette, the city is dominated by the Tower Anglica. Built in 1365 by the Cardinal Grimoard, brother of Pope Urban V, the tower measures 28 m high and 10 m wide. It remains the great witness of medieval times, it has been restored in the eighteenth century. The Angelica, topped by a turret, Tower was sung by Mistral in the Golden Iscles. To his left, (XIV) Sequier door lock village. The tower is classified historical monument since 1925. The site is...
    Built on the northern flank of the montagnette, the city is dominated by the Tower Anglica. Built in 1365 by the Cardinal Grimoard, brother of Pope Urban V, the tower measures 28 m high and 10 m wide. It remains the great witness of medieval times, it has been restored in the eighteenth century. The Angelica, topped by a turret, Tower was sung by Mistral in the Golden Iscles. To his left, (XIV) Sequier door lock village. The tower is classified historical monument since 1925. The site is closed to the public.
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