The Water Castle is a square-plan building whose first information dates back to the 1100s.
This residence was built in Romanesque style, modified in Gothic style, and then “adorned” with Baroque elements. The two towers and the chapel ware added at a later time.
The Castle miraculously survived all wars, until the man arrived with looting and vandalism.
It was therefore abandoned after the Second World War.
At the moment, the Castle has been secured, and the chapel has been completely restored (2018-2019).