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Château de Bonneval and The Devils Tower in Coussac-Bonneval, France

Nestled out in the Haute-Vienne department in western France you'll find one of the earliest French aristocratic homes. Château de Bonneval is the site of one thousand years of Bonneval family history, including the legend of the Devil's Tower. Documents have dated the construction of this castle to the early 11th century. Over the years, legends of a visit from the devil have painted the castle in the spooky light.
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