Impressive fortress with many thousands of metres of tunnels, used as a concentration camp in the Second World War. Many Jewish people were shot here as well as French.
There is an extremely impressive sculpture built as a commemoration to all those who died at the camp
The tickets are very good value, cost just over eight euros for the four of us, and there is an interesting museum to start off with. If you actually want to look at the fortress you have to hire a guide but again this was included in the price for us and he was very good, good English and was informative.
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