Location Condition Type
In restoration - Work in progress,
In fair condition,
In bad general condition
(Source: Dictionary of Historical Monuments of Alsace, the Blue Swarm.) The "castrum" of Thanvillé was built for Hugh of Colmar in 1084. He underwent the Peasants' War in 1525. In 1571, village and castle were destroyed under the influence of an intense fire. Jean Frédéric Worms began to rebuild the castle from 1572. After that, in 1633, The Thirty Years War damages the building again (looted and burned by the Swedes). In the eighteenth century, the castle was modernized by Charles Frederick Lort. The owners will change over centuries in response to CF Lort, the Dartein acquire the field. In 1827, the legacy of Charles de Dartein is shared. The estate passes to the Baron de Castex, created Viscount by Louis XVIII. In 1981, he left the family heritage Castex.
Gothic - Middle Ages,
Remarkable architectural elements