The Château des Tourelles is a ruined castle in the commune of Vernon in the Eure département of France. The castle originated in 1196, when Philippe Auguste (Philip II of France), fighting against the king of England, Richard the Lionheart, for possession of Normandy, seized Vernon and made the town a military base. The castle consists of four turrets twenty metres high. It is one of the few castles in France which has been practically unchanged for 800 years.
Time Pieces by Christophe Kiciak Château-sur-Epte This castle was built by Guillaume Le Roux in 1087, then destructed during the 15th century. It is located in North-West of France, in a little town named after the castle.