Estissac

Description

estissac, French city Department of aube with 4 historical sites listed or simply studied for their remarkable character.
Our database currently includes 4 elements for heritage estissac. You will find the menu and footer links leading you on the description sheets.

There are 2 localities (Place called, location known as) in Estissac : la forge ; vaugeley.

listeds buildings (classified and protected) in Estissac

Monuments in Estissac, Estissac has 2 buildings protected. Include :

  1. Halle official reference : PA00078321 ;
  2. Eglise Saint-Loup official reference : PA00078109
Please note this list is likely to evolve, the data presented are from 2013.

Places of Culture

Librarie estissac, estissac has 1 Librarie :

  • bibliotheque municipale (place de la mairie 10190 estissac)
    located mairie

Statistics for Estissac

Town or city :
Postcode of city : 10190
Insee code : 10142
Longitude : 3.809974
Latitude : 48.260510
Total population : 1747 people
place called : 2
path : 7
dead : 3
place : 4
route : 2
st : 33

Church Saint-Loup, French Heritage monument to Estissac 1
« Church Saint-Loup » is a construction of the city of Estissac (France, Aube). Church Saint-Loup, French Heritage monument to Estissac

Halle, French Heritage monument to Estissac 2
« Halle » is a construction of the city of Estissac (France, Aube). Halle, French Heritage monument to Estissac

Sawmill Stella, currently S.A. Tarteret, French Heritage monument to Estissac 3
Small workshop on the ground floor covered with mechanical tiles dating back to the origin of the plant, currently in Office. The manufacturing wooden floor (...) Sawmill Stella, currently S.A. Tarteret, French Heritage monument to Estissac

Plant hosiery Brusley-Mosle, then Bruley brothers, then gold-gold, currently industrial warehouse, French Heritage monument to Estissac 4
Original manufacturing workshops, high rubble with frames of bays and settlements in brick, located around the Court; the northern part has two square storeys (...) Plant hosiery Brusley-Mosle, then Bruley brothers, then gold-gold, currently industrial warehouse, French Heritage monument to Estissac