Bouillon, Belgium with it's Dramatic Castle

Bouillon castle rises above the town and provides a major tourist attraction. It was once sold by Godfrey of Bouillon to finance the First Crusade.

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There were a couple of drawbridges and numerous arched passageways.

Susan had no difficulty climbing the countless stairways.

Imagine chimneys cut into the wall for little houses.







One side of the structure was this cliff.


A wheel was used in raising water to the castle.

Looking down from outside the castle


Sign for the museum next to the castle.

A tiny garden outside the museum.

Seen from town, the castle is to the right of the tree.

Lunch in the town of Bouillon.

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Europe 2000

Copyright 2000 Linda Javins

Modified October 27, 2000