Moussac

Description

moussac, French city Department of gard with 3 historical sites listed or simply studied for their remarkable character.
Our database currently includes 3 elements for heritage moussac. You will find the menu and footer links leading you on the description sheets.

There are 3 localities (Place called, location known as) in Moussac : grand rue ; le ran ; font servas est.

listeds buildings (classified and protected) in Moussac

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

  1. Eglise (ancienne) , actuellement temple protestant official reference : PA00103087 ;
  2. Tour seigneuriale official reference : PA30000063
Please note this list is likely to evolve, the data presented are from 2013.

Places of Culture

Librarie moussac, moussac has 1 Librarie :

  • bibliotheque municipale camille hugues (1 rue du 19 mars 1962 30190 moussac)

Statistics for Moussac

Town or city :
Postcode of city : 30190
Insee code : 30184
Longitude : 4.279857
Latitude : 43.964783
Total population : 1033 people
place called : 3
alley : 1
avenue : 4
path : 16
dead : 11
place : 3
route : 9
st : 26
lane : 1

(Former) Church, currently temple protestant, French Heritage monument to Moussac 1
« (Former) Church, currently temple protestant » is a construction of the city of Moussac (France, Gard). (Former) Church, currently temple protestant, French Heritage monument to Moussac

Confectionery licorice Carenou and Biswas, then CAR, French Heritage monument to Moussac 2
Industrial buildings coated limestone, frames in brick or stone. post-1970 reinforced concrete buildings; management Castle 2-storey square, scheduling (...) Confectionery licorice Carenou and Biswas, then CAR, French Heritage monument to Moussac

Sugar beet lean, and confectionery licorice bar, then Deleuze brothers, French Heritage monument to Moussac 3
From the Northwest to Southeast, 3 course surrounded by buildings or walls; housing managers and workers and dormitory for workers for the 1st, offices, (...) Sugar beet lean, and confectionery licorice bar, then Deleuze brothers, French Heritage monument to Moussac