arlempdes, French city Department of haute loire with 4 historical sites listed or simply studied for their remarkable character.
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There are 11 localities (Place called, location known as) in Arlempdes : le bourg ; la coste ; le suc ; montagnac ; freycenet ; le vesinat ; les souils ; coulombs ; ligueyre ; masclaux ; moncoudiol.
listeds buildings (classified and protected) in Arlempdes
Monuments in Arlempdes, Arlempdes has 4 buildings protected. Include :
- official reference : PA00092577 ;
- official reference : PA00092578 ;
- Eglise Saint-Pierre official reference : PA00092579 ;
- Ancienne poterne d'enceinte official reference : PA00092580
Statistics for ArlempdesTown or city : arlempdes
Postcode of city : 43490
Insee code : 43008
Latitude : 44.856129
place called : 11
The postern gate marking the entrance in the wall closing the primitive village, corresponding to the first enclosure of the castle could be built in the 11th century. The book is a plate of marble with the following inscription: Feudal portal built in 1066.
Castle of Arlempdes
The castle is in ruins, with the exception of the Chapel and the building adjacent. The Southeast, overlooking the Loire, is not fortified. The other sides are defended by walls flanked by towers. Southwest develops a path. To the North and northeast was walls. These sides are flanked by six round towers and a square Tower.
St. Peter's Church to Arlempdes
The building consists of three bays of nave and a chancel by square bedside, all arched Vault. A chapel was built in the 16th century, the third southern span. The West portal has four balusters of which two are twisted and support a lobed archivolt. It is surmounted by a belfry with arcades dating from the 16th century
Stone cross of the 15th century to Arlempdes
Cross placed on the wall of the cemetery, composed of two superimposed parts. The lower part is a prismatic Octagon barrel with base in penetrations but (...) Stone cross of the 15th century in the West of the Church, French Heritage monument to Arlempdes