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The [[w:Citadel|Citadel of Blaye]] is a 38 hectare military complex built between 1685 and 1689 by the military architect François Ferry, Chief Guyenne fortifications under the supervision of [[w:Vauban|Vauban]]. Overlooking the estuary of the Gironde, it lies in the town of [[w:Blaye|Blaye]]. The Citadel is listed July 7, 2008 on the World Heritage List of UNESCO.  
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The [[w:Citadel|Citadel of Blaye]] is a 38-hectare military complex built between 1685 and 1689 by the military architect François Ferry, Chief Guyenne fortifications under the supervision of [[w:Vauban|Vauban]]. Overlooking the estuary of the Gironde, it lies in the town of [[w:Blaye|Blaye]]. The Citadel is listed on July 7, 2008, on the World Heritage List of UNESCO.  
  
Powerful citadel built to prevent any english intrusion, it is since 2013, the emblematic seat of the [[Principality of Hélianthis]].
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The powerful citadel was built to prevent any English intrusion, it is since 2013, the emblematic seat of the [[Principality of Hélianthis]].
  
 
== Characters that have marked its history ==
 
== Characters that have marked its history ==
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[[w:Claude de Rouvroy, duc de Saint-Simon|Claude de Rouvroy]], Duck of Saint-Simon, Governor of Blaye
 
[[w:Claude de Rouvroy, duc de Saint-Simon|Claude de Rouvroy]], Duck of Saint-Simon, Governor of Blaye
  
[[w:Marie-Caroline de Bourbon-Sicile, duchesse de Berry|Marie-Caroline de Bourbon-Sicile]], Princess of Naples and Sicily, Duchess of Berry, Duchess della Grazia, is being held by order of King [[w:Louis Philippe I|Louis-Philippe]] for having fomented a plot to take the throne for his son,the [[w:Henri, Count of Chambord|Duck of Bordeaux]].
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[[w:Marie-Caroline de Bourbon-Sicile, Duchesse de Berry|Marie-Caroline de Bourbon-Sicile]], Princess of Naples and Sicily, Duchess of Berry, Duchess Della Grazia, is being held by order of King [[w:Louis Philippe I|Louis-Philippe]] for having fomented a plot to take the throne for his son, the [[w:Henri, Count of Chambord|Duck of Bordeaux]].
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Latest revision as of 22:57, 2 September 2021

Citadel of Blaye
  Citadel  
Citadel of Blaye
Country Principality of Hélianthis
Area
 - Total 0.38 km2 (0.1 sq mi)
Population (2016)
 - Total 6
Citadel.jpg

The Citadel of Blaye is a 38-hectare military complex built between 1685 and 1689 by the military architect François Ferry, Chief Guyenne fortifications under the supervision of Vauban. Overlooking the estuary of the Gironde, it lies in the town of Blaye. The Citadel is listed on July 7, 2008, on the World Heritage List of UNESCO.

The powerful citadel was built to prevent any English intrusion, it is since 2013, the emblematic seat of the Principality of Hélianthis.

Characters that have marked its history

Before the seventeenth century

Caribert II, King of Aquitaine

Roland of Blaye, Nephew of Charlemagne, Count of Blaye

Jaufré Rudel, Minstrel, Prince of Blaye

After the seventeenth century

Sebastien Le Prestre, Marshal of France, Marquess of Vauban

Claude de Rouvroy, Duck of Saint-Simon, Governor of Blaye

Marie-Caroline de Bourbon-Sicile, Princess of Naples and Sicily, Duchess of Berry, Duchess Della Grazia, is being held by order of King Louis-Philippe for having fomented a plot to take the throne for his son, the Duck of Bordeaux.