A week ago I showed the castle to an old farmer, who helps us frequently with his tractor. He was really grateful, though his eyesight isn’t the best anymore. He told me, that he used to come to the castle 70 years ago when he was a boy, to throw stones in the windows. The windows had 18th century glass and this activity of the village lads explains, why there is not much of it left. I told this to a visitor from Finland and he said, when he was a boy, he was just the same. I guess I can’t understand it, because I was a girl.
There are some nice photos of 18th century glass at Menton Daily Photo.