Château de Rametz (Nord)
The Château de Rametz is less than a mile from an ancient Gallo-Roman site and is near a natural park reserve. The estate is surrounded by forests and features a seven-hectare park with many rare species of trees. The façades and roofs of the château, an ancient fortress from the late 13th and 17th centuries, with its four towers, courtyard, moats with their draw-bridge and entrance gate, are impressive examples of regional architecture in the north of France.
roofs of two main towers (Maitresse and Guet), the east wing and the chapel