Guedelon Castle in Burgundy, France is using medieval building techniques : State of the World from NPR We visit Guedelon Castle in Burgundy, France. A 26 year-old building project, dedicated to training workers in medieval construction techniques and teaching visitors about history.

Building a New Castle the 13th Century Way

Building a New Castle the 13th Century Way

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Visitors walk by as construction is afoot at Gu├ędelon castle, in France's northern Burgundy region, where builders and crafts people are using tools and methods from the Middle Ages. Cristina Baussan for NPR hide caption

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Visitors walk by as construction is afoot at Gu├ędelon castle, in France's northern Burgundy region, where builders and crafts people are using tools and methods from the Middle Ages.

Cristina Baussan for NPR

We visit Guedelon Castle in Burgundy, France. A 26 year-old building project, dedicated to training workers in medieval construction techniques and teaching visitors about history.