This mid-13th century building is one of the few circular towers of this period in Limousin. Composed of six levels, it is just under 30 meters high and 10 meters in diameter.
It is built of local stone (gneiss, schists and slate) with sandstone inclusions for the carved elements.
About the venue
The Caesar Tower, 12th and 14th centuries, is about 30 meters high. The only remnant of the walled enclosure, it was inscribed as a Historic Monument in 1949\. It is made of slate and gneiss. The machicolations were added in the 15th century.