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Thorigny-sur-le-Mignon, its history - part 1

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The smallest commune of the Niort Agglomeration Community, situated at the south-western tip of the canton of Beauvoir-sur-Niort, is so named to distinguish it from Thorigné, near Celles-sur-Belle. The village developed on the left bank of the river Mignon. In the Middle Ages, the seigneury depended on the election of Saint-Jean-d'Angély, the generality of La Rochelle and the seigneury of Frontenay, which meant that it belonged to the provinces of Saintonge, Aunis and Poitou, which led to complications. The buildings date mainly from the 19th century; the oldest are located near the old 18th century water mill.

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Updated at : 05/04/2024
Lat : 46.15196Lng : -0.56048

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Image OT Niort
proposed by OT Niort
79000 France

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