Located in Pyrénées-Orientales (South of France), Villefranche-de-Conflent is encircled by a city wall dating from the Middle Ages. Vauban decided, further to the sharing up of the Catalogne between France and Spain, to reinforce military defences of the city with new fortifications. In 1681, the engineer made build the Fort Libéria on a high point overlooking the city. This fort served as jail for Louis XIV’s poisoners during a period.
This room of 14.4m², based on the first floor, offers an unobstructed view of Pont Battant (bridge), river Doubs banks and Eglise de la Madeleine (church).