The Joan of Arc Tower

Joan of Arc Tower This tower is the only remaining part of a castle in which Joan of Arc was imprisoned and tried for witchcraft and heresy. Despite no real evidence she was found guilty and sentenced to death. On 30 May 1431 she was burned alive at the Place du Vieux Marché in Rouen. The Joan of Arc Tower now houses a museum with a small collection on display.

View location in Rouen, France
Jurgen Huibers
Jurgen Huibers

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Trotter said...

Interesting use for the tower...