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Castle of Lugny

Monument in Lugny

From the castle of Lugny, which used to have several towers, a dungeon "very high and very beautiful" and was formerly surrounded by water ditches (fed by the source of the Blue waters flowing at the foot of the mountain of the Castle) Only the two round towers (14th century) and part of the commons (notably beautiful vaulted stables of the 16th century) remain.

In 1789, the castle of Lugny, property of Count Florent-Alexandre-Melchior de La Baume (1736-1794), Count of Montrevel and lord of Lugny, was indeed the first of the Mâconnais to be set on fire by the "Brigands" Which, at the end of July, during the Great Fear, agitated this little region.

Other monuments nearby

Church of LugnyLugny
Church of Saint-Gengoux-de-ScisséSaint-Gengoux-de-Scissé (1.7 mi)
Chapel of FissyLugny
Castle of La Tour-PenetPéronne (2.2 mi)
Castle of ChâtillonViré (2.3 mi)
Castle of CruzilleCruzille (2.3 mi)
Castle of Vaux-sous-TargePéronne (2.4 mi)
Castle of MerceyMontbellet (2.9 mi)


Monday 18 february
Min. 3°C - Max. 14°C
Tuesday 19 february
Min. 3°C - Max. 13°C
Wednesday 20 february
Min. 2°C - Max. 14°C

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