Fleurac

Description

fleurac, French city Department of charente with 6 historical sites listed or simply studied for their remarkable character.
Our database currently includes 6 elements for heritage fleurac. You will find the menu and footer links leading you on the description sheets.

There are 2 localities (Place called, location known as) in Fleurac : la foucaudiere ; les naulais.

No listed building in Fleurac

Places of Culture

Libraries fleurac, fleurac has 5 Libraries :

  • bibliotheque de foussignac (2 rue du tilleul 16200 fleurac)
  • mediatheque de jarnac (10 quai de l'orangerie 16200 fleurac)
    located espace culturel de l'orangerie
  • mediatheque de julienne (place de la mairie 16200 fleurac)
  • bibliotheque de bourg-charente (rue des ecoles 16200 fleurac)
  • mediatheque de sainte severe (le bourg 16200 fleurac)

Statistics for Fleurac

Town or city :
Postcode of city : 16200
Insee code : 16139
Longitude : -0.167470
Latitude : 45.715242
Total population : 233 people
place called : 2
dead : 4
st : 11

War memorial, French Heritage monument to Fleurac 6
Monument of the war of 1914, 1918; door the inscription: erected in October 1920 (...) War memorial, French Heritage monument to Fleurac

Farms, French Heritage monument to Fleurac 5
« Farms » is a construction of the city of Fleurac (France, Charente). Farms, French Heritage monument to Fleurac

Church St. Elizabeth parish, French Heritage monument to Fleurac 4
Church built in 1879 on land donated by Mrs. Cordier and through subscription. Holy August 31, 1879, by Monsignor _Sebaux (...) Church St. Elizabeth parish, French Heritage monument to Fleurac

School, French Heritage monument to Fleurac 3
School built in 1865 on the plans of the architect Texier de Barbezieux (...) School, French Heritage monument to Fleurac

Cemetery, French Heritage monument to Fleurac 2
19Th century cemetery because does not appear on the cadastre of 1829 (...) Cemetery, French Heritage monument to Fleurac

Castle, French Heritage monument to Fleurac 1
The first known Lord Martin Buchey is a La Porte, who lived in the 14th century. Later, the castle became the property of the Ciolaebi whose one Member, Jean, (...) Castle, French Heritage monument to Fleurac