Vibrac

Description

vibrac, French city Department of charente with 17 historical sites listed or simply studied for their remarkable character.
Our database currently includes 17 elements for heritage vibrac. You will find the menu and footer links leading you on the description sheets.

There are 12 localities (Place called, location known as) in Vibrac : le bourg ; chante merle ; la garenne ; les rentes ; l ouche ; les courrades ; la croix et les plantes ; la marronniere ; les courades de vibrac ; les ombrages ; les osilleres ; vibrac.

No listed building in Vibrac

Places of Culture

Librarie vibrac, vibrac has 1 Librarie :

  • bibliotheque intercommunale (18 rue du general de gaulle 16120 vibrac)

Statistics for Vibrac

Town or city :
Postcode of city : 16120
Insee code : 16402
Longitude : -0.088724
Latitude : 45.587337
Total population : 248 people
place called : 12
dead : 1
route : 3
st : 5

St. Peter Parish Church, French Heritage monument to Vibrac 5
Church of the 12th century significantly reformulated; the small door left Chapel the date 1594; and the portal bears the date 1826; restored in 1896 (...) St. Peter Parish Church, French Heritage monument to Vibrac

House, French Heritage monument to Vibrac 9
« House » is a construction of the city of Vibrac (France, Charente). House, French Heritage monument to Vibrac

House, French Heritage monument to Vibrac 8
« House » is a construction of the city of Vibrac (France, Charente). House, French Heritage monument to Vibrac

City hall, School, French Heritage monument to Vibrac 7
25 September 1877: Augustin Landry quotes. 1879: award of Jules _Laine, Châteauneuf contractor jobs. August 11, 1879: market with Lafond, driller. October 20, (...) City hall, School, French Heritage monument to Vibrac

Farm, French Heritage monument to Vibrac 6
Farm of the 18th or 19th century, contained in part on the cadastre of 1834 (...) Farm, French Heritage monument to Vibrac

Cemetery, French Heritage monument to Vibrac 4
May 13, 1855: quote signed Raymond; 1856: award of Charbonnier, contractor jobs; 8 September 1857: final acceptance of the work; August 2, 1886: Pierre Paul (...) Cemetery, French Heritage monument to Vibrac

Castle, French Heritage monument to Vibrac 3
The castle would have replaced a fort. It was built in the 15th century by the Lords of Mareuil. On April 13, 1569: skirmish between the troops of the Duke of (...) Castle, French Heritage monument to Vibrac

Chapelle Notre-Dame-de-good-meeting, French Heritage monument to Vibrac 2
Figure on the Cassini map under the title: Notre-Dame de Vibrac; destroyed after the revolution; no longer appears on the cadastre of 1834 (...) Chapelle Notre-Dame-de-good-meeting, French Heritage monument to Vibrac

Boniface bridge, French Heritage monument to Vibrac 17
18Th century bridge, figure on the Cassini map under the name "wooden bridge" (...) Boniface bridge, French Heritage monument to Vibrac

Bridge Petit Pont, French Heritage monument to Vibrac 16
« Bridge Petit Pont » is a construction of the city of Vibrac (France, Charente). Bridge Petit Pont, French Heritage monument to Vibrac

Mills, French Heritage monument to Vibrac 15
Mills 18th century (?), not included on the map of Cassini, existed in 1834. According to sources, there would be a wheat mill and the other oil or a plaster (...) Mills, French Heritage monument to Vibrac

War memorial, French Heritage monument to Vibrac 14
« War memorial » is a construction of the city of Vibrac (France, Charente). War memorial, French Heritage monument to Vibrac

Manor house, French Heritage monument to Vibrac 13
Seigneurie belonged at the end of the 16th century Lestang family, composed of 5 towers of which there is only one today; the Manor House is the 17th century (...) Manor house, French Heritage monument to Vibrac

Homes, Farms, French Heritage monument to Vibrac 12
« Homes, Farms » is a construction of the city of Vibrac (France, Charente). Homes, Farms, French Heritage monument to Vibrac

House, French Heritage monument to Vibrac 11
Oral tradition has it that this House is the former rectory, 16th century? (...) House, French Heritage monument to Vibrac