Photographer's Note

October 19, 2008
Nant 120168 12230
Aveyron Midi-Pyrénées
44.022 3.301 498 m

Church Saint-Etienne de Cantobre of romanesque style, of XIIe and XVIe centuries. (6 images).
It includes a single nave arched in cradle, and dominates the splendid site of Cantobre.

One sight, Exterior, octobe 15, 2008
Other sight, Interior

Cantobre, one of the most beautiful villages of France, is built on a rocky outcrop dominating the confluence of Dourbie river and Trévezel river.
The village in the beginning was protected by a castle and entirely surrounded by fortifications, which were demolished in 1677. They remains a strengthened door and sloping narrow lanes.

Nant is a french commune, located in the department of Aveyron of the Midi-Pyrénées area, populated of 846 Nantais, distributed on 110 km², That is to say 8 hab./km².

Nant is with its 110 km², one of the most extended communes of France.

The inheritance is important, with its abbey of XIe XIIe centuries and its five other Romanesque churches disseminated on the territory of the commune, and other churches and chapel, market and bridge medieval.

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