Castle of Saint-Jean-of-Market
The castle of Midsummer's Day is located on a rocky outcrop dominating, on a side, the village of Saint-Jean-of-Market, and other, that of Faucompierre. It was built at the 13th century and was originally with the hands of the lords of Parroy, then was acquired by the lords of Toulon.
It was composed of a keep, a long enclosure and a strengthened door.
It was destroyed at the time of the Guerre Thirty Year old.
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