Listed as an historical monument in 1840, this remarkable example of 15th century military architecture is a powerful fortress with enormous round towers, machicolations and 'chemin de ronde' (high level path round battlements). Take a guided tour of this stronghold, converted in the 18th century in
The château of Prouzel is one of the 18th century follies which enhance the Picardy countryside. It is the work of Jacques Rousseau, a Picardy architect and master-builder, who was also responsible for the old theatre at Amiens, of which only the façade remains.
This 18th century château is one of the finest in the Amiens area. In French Regency style, it is a listed historical monument. It has sculpted façades and ornamental gates with a hunting theme, created by "Le Vivarais".