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DRAMELAY TOWER

stdClass Object
(
    [TYPE_DE_PRODUIT] => 2000028
    [ADRPROD_LIBELLE_COMMUNE] => DRAMELAY
    [ADRPROD_CP] => 39240
    [NOM] => DRAMELAY TOWER
    [PRODUIT] => 319001549
    [LATITUDE] => 46,407584
    [LONGITUDE] => 5,53727090000007
    [COMMENTAIRE] => Nearby Arinthod, the tower of Dramelay is mentioned from the ninth century. Its current remains recall its flourishing period (XIth and XIIIth centuries). Among the ruins of the castral site, the most preserved element is the tower-dungeon of square plan (classified to Historic Monuments), which still has three walls of 2.20 meters thick over three levels.
A path of the heritage allows you to discover the ruins of the old village, next to the castle (well, chapel ...) as well as the Quinquenouille waterfall, the Dard gorges. Go for this loop about 8 km. Departure from the village of Dramelay.

    [DATMAJ] => 2018-02-13T17:07:13+00:00
    [DATECREATION] => 2017-03-07T11:19:30+00:00
    [ALIAS] => dramelay-tower-319001549
    [CRITERES] => Array
        (
        )

    [HORAIRES] => Array
        (
        )

    [DISPONIBILITES] => Array
        (
        )

    [RELATIONS] => Array
        (
            [0] => stdClass Object
                (
                    [PRODUIT] => 
                    [NOM] => 
                )

        )

)
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39240 DRAMELAY

Nearby Arinthod, the tower of Dramelay is mentioned from the ninth century. Its current remains recall its flourishing period (XIth and XIIIth centuries). Among the ruins of the castral site, the most preserved element is the tower-dungeon of square plan (classified to Historic Monuments), which still has three walls of 2.20 meters thick over three levels.
A path of the heritage allows you to discover the ruins of the old village, next to the castle (well, chapel ...) as well as the Quinquenouille waterfall, the Dard gorges. Go for this loop about 8 km. Departure from the village of Dramelay.