Photographer's Note

May 31st, 2009
Brousse-le-Chteau 120038 12480
Aveyron Midi-Pyrnes
43,998 2,626 240 m

Rouergue castle.

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Other sight.

Castle of Brousse of the 9th 12th 13th 15th centuries, the old stronghold of Arpajon, in Brousse-le-Chteau, one of the most beautiful villages of France.
It is one of the fortresses best preserved of Rouergue. The enclosure is almost intact.

Brousse-le-Chteau is a french commune, located in the department of Aveyron of the Midi-Pyrnes area, populated of 163 Broussois in 1999, distributed out of 15 km, that is to say 11 hab./km.

Located over a rocky outcrop, in the Raspes, the village dominates the rivers Alrance and the Tarn.

In the south of the plateau of Lvezou, Raspes are wild canyons, dug by the Tarn on forty kilometers, from Saint-Rome-de-Tarn to Brousse-le-Chteau.

My images of Brousse-le-Chteau.
My images of the Tarn valley and canyon.

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