Photographer's Note

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

Village in "raspes".

One sight. Castle and church.
Other sight. In street.

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.

Saint-Jacques le Majeur church, 15th century.

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.

The Tarn takes its source close to the hamlet of the Hospital on the territory of the commune of Pont-de-Montvert,on the Lozere mount, in Lozere, and is thrown after 380 km of course, in the Garonne close to Castelsarrasin, in Tarn-et-Garonne.

Brousse-le-Chteau.

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, one of the most beautiful villages of France, dominates the rivers Alrance and the Tarn.

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

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