Foix is a commune, the previous capital of the County of Foix. The Romans fabricated a stronghold on the rough slope where the Chateau de Foix manor currently ignores the town. The town of Foix most likely owes its source to a speech established by Charlemagne, which a short time later turned into the Abbey of Saint Volusianus in 849. The present territory was gone before by the County of Foix. The castle stands on a rough outcrop, toward the west of the town. Most of the present structure dates from the 12th century to the 14th century.
In the North, the square pinnacle, secured by a slated rooftop toward the finish of the 19th century, is absolutely the most established on the grounds that it dates the 11th and 12th century. The center pinnacle, worked in the 13th century, was totally revamped in the 14th century. It has excellent compositional highlights, for example, etched heads and ensigns cornerstones. The round pinnacle then again has Gothic engineering with extensive bayous lighting up lovely hexagonal vaulted lobbies.