Castle of Thy-le-Château

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A view of the castle
A wall in Thy-le-Chateau
A door in Thy-le-Chateau

The Castle of Thy-le-Chateau is a medieval castle located in Namur, Belgium. Originally built in the 12th century, it served as the military fortress for several noble clans until the French Revolution, when it fell into disrepair.[1] The castle was successfully restored in 1939.[2]

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  1. ^ "Castle of Thy-le-Chateau Thy-le-Chateau, (Historic Buildings)". Online Highways. Retrieved 2008-08-09. 
  2. ^ Veronique, Piret (1985). "Thy-le-chateau, wanneer een kasteel verrijst... Thy-le-chateau, quand un chateau ressuscite". Maisons d'hier et d'aujourd'hui (in Dutch) (65): 2–15. 

Coordinates: 50°16′55″N 4°25′34″E / 50.281992°N 4.426149°E / 50.281992; 4.426149