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The Fenestrelle tower is Uzès’ most famous landmark, adjacent to Saint-Théodorit Cathedral,
built at the end of the 11th century, this ‘tower of windows’
is the only campanile tower in France.
A fairy-tale ‘Rapunzel’ tower
where can one imagine a handsome prince rescuing his beloved!
Uzès has a rich history dating from the fifth century BC.The old medieval city is still dominated by four towers dating from The Middle Ages, the Fenestrelle Tower being one of them.
eventually became home to the Bishop’s Palace.
The tower rises on five levels, the first two of which date to the Romanesque period.
Standing 42 metres high this Romanesque structure is the bell tower of the cathedral of St. Théodorit.
The other medieval towers of Uzès
The Bermonde Tower
The King’s Tower
The Bishop’s Tower.
Both the King’s and Bishop’s Tower can be visited from the Medieval Gardens
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