Castle of Mérantais
The Monograph clarifies that "the castle of Mérantais built in the 9th century and occupied by the lords was demolished during this century. This is where the abbot Le Roy wrote the first part of the Satire Menipée. An ordinary building replaces it today a little more up north".
Private propriety. Built at the end of the 18th century, the castle became a place of rest and retirement for the Assumption between the two World Wars. In 1944, the German army occupied it.