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Dating from the XII century this is Boulogne’s oldest monument. Originally it was the Norman-style keep of the first  castle ofthe count of Boulogne. At the beginning of the XIII century, it was converted into a belfry which has a symbolic meaning in that it reflects civic freedoms.
The belfry was listed as a UNESCO world heritage site in 2005. A small museum can be visited inside: access is via the ground floor on weekdays and Saturday mornings.

Special visits can be arranged by prior appointment in july and august. Group visits are by arrangement only: please contact 0321108810 for information.








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Place de la Résistance
62200 BOULOGNE SUR MER

Phone: +33 (0)3 21 10 88 10

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The fortified part of BSM