The Castle of Chillon is situated Veytaux, on the shore of lake Geneva, near Montreux, Switzerland. It consists of 100 independent buildings which have been gradually and now united to form a single building. The oldest parts of the castle were definitely not dated. Since the middle of the twelfth century, the castle was address of counts of Savoy, and has been expanded in the xiii century by Peter II of Savoy. The Castle has never been conquered after a siege, but changed his property by means of negotiations. Built on top of a small Rocky Island, which had the function of natural defence, shows the east (for the mainland) a double wall and a moat. The room of the counts of savoia is enhanced by century frescoes with cattle grazing, while the chapel has frescos with wavy lines and religious figures. Inside the castle. There are a few mock-ups that show the stages of construction: since when was a rocky island until the point that currently has.