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Ruine de Broussous
Linteaux de calcaire

Broussous

Credit : Nathalie Thomas

Broussous seems lost in the woods, and yet it was an inhabited farm until the 1950s, surrounded by farmland and chestnut groves. Broussous being built in the schist/limestone contact zone, its architecture combines both types of rock. Its limestone lintels, which have been carved rounded, and its vaulted openings show that it was a nobleman's estate and then, in the 17th century, the sharecropping farm of one of the lords of Vébron.

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Lat : 44.2365316Lng : 3.5983373
88 d