Edges of the Saone to the Vosgean repercussions and the Door of Burgundy, which? strike, in Haute-Sa?ne, they are vast spaces of greenery. About half of? department is covered with drills: do oaks, charms, tremble and acacias of the plain? of Gray or plates; beeches, fir trees and spruces heights. This symphony in? green is however variee, thanks to the relief: from does 190 bills of quantities of altitude, one pass has 1.189? bills of quantities with the balloon of Servance. Does the succession of the geological times have model the ground? and has it mark of various traces, often original.? In were the North-East, the rocks, granitic or sandy, covered with quaternary has? F in the paleolithic one, by the Vosgean glacier which slowly used them. It has leaves? pleasant valleys, abrupt changes of incline or the torrents are size one? passage in narrow throats, and a multitude of romantic ponds. Flora of these? highlands has preserve of the homogeneous mediums of polar type.? Low, karstic plates forms by the seas secondairessont truffles of pits? and irrigate by underground rivers. They re-appear a little everywhere in font or? in the course of water which sourdent of a cave. Is their flow sufficiently powerful for? what could the men very early use them to make turn a mill, a washing cylinder? the wheel of a sawmill or a blower of forging mill; also this department was, of 16th with? 19th century, more the people, richest and more industrializes of Franche-Comt?: ? did its grains make of Gray, surrounds by plains cerealieres the great manifold centre? corns which went down towards Lyon, it is by Gray also that from pig iron and cast iron went away? fines and irons known as comtois, melted with the charcoal, which made of the Haute-Sa?ne? about 1825 one of the first two French producers (with Haute-Marne). One can? to mention with a smile the High-Potato nickname of which one affubla, by retaining it? what it translated the importance of its harvests of apple-of-ground and its starch works?? Then the railroad arrived. Do the wines import South tuerent, very as much as? will phylloxera, a vineyard which had its amateurs and who reappears timidly around? Champlitte and of Gy. Do the rural young people emigrerent towards Paris or Algeria, even? California. In a few decades, the fragmentation of the grounds and decline of the potential? did industrialist reduce by a third the population.? To tell the truth, this bleeding was not the first, nor most tragic. Passage sees? East-West towards Alsace, Switzerland and Germany by the Door of Burgundy, road? North-South enters the South or Italy and Lorraine or Flandres, by the Saone or the collars? Vosgean, which one called before the Revolution. did Bailliage d' Amont pay it very expensive? wasn't privilege to be an axis of passage It only uses by the merchants? Italian and Flemish, but also by the innumerable avid bands guerrieres of spoils? and of violence: Alamans of Gallo-Roman, Road times of the Middle Ages, French of? Do Louis XI, reitres German with the service of Richelieu, and so much of others still, have? ensanglante this ground and gave up it in ruin. By do three times brulee, recall? currency of Gray; after did the passage of the troops of Louis XI, Vesoul remain like? pastoral; between 1636 and 1644, the majority of the parochial registers are dumb: ? had villagers and their cures fled in wood and escaped from iron and fire only? to perish of plague or famine. Did the soldiers plunder and massacred indistinctly? friends and enemies; when they had left, of three inhabitants of this country, only one survived? and the villages which could be raised reflect hundred years has to do it. The conquest of Louis XIV? after a new haemorrhage, brought the French peace which, in spite of the taxes? the demographic and economic rectification throughout the 18th century facilitated.? Between do these waves of cataclysms, two periods records have leaves bright traces? of their dynamism: if it remains little of thing of Antiquity and the Middle Ages (however? are credits), many distinguished testimonys of old of gold comtois which was 16th? century of Charles Quint, and those of the 18th century. It is of this last period that? these tripartite, massive country houses date under their vast roof, which announce? the relative enrichment of a hard rural world; in the same way these retables baroques or? these traditional churches by which exaltent the traditional faith as much that? emulation of the communities. New the anoblis edifierent on their stronghold recently? asset of the more or less sumptuous castles, in the style of times, if typical with? their roofs has croups. The inter-commune emulation continued with. 1 9th by? multiplication of the town halls and the sometimes monumental fountains, of which abundance and? are architectural variety, with the bell-towers caps with imperial, characteristic of? villages of Haute-Sa?ne.? The 20th century knew, in its first half, one long period of decline. It? was, in a sense, beneficial, since it has safeguard a natural environment protects by? the man, maintained with the variation of aggressive pollution: did the Haute-Sa?ne become thus one? does centre of attraction for whoever wish to renew a contact alleviating, revitalizing? with this healthy and green world of meadows and drills. It starts has to leave? cultural silence in which it did take pleasure, thanks to associations like? SALSA which has just published remarkable Dictionnaire of the communes of? Haute-Sa?ne, followed example too little. It is also equipped with an infrastructure? economic by a necessarily moderated industrialization, which can save it of one? new demographic loss.? Finally does the Haute-Sa?ne, of Luxeuil have Pesmes, of the valley of the Saone to the balloon of Servance, of? the elegant vault St-Hubert de Chauvirey at the villages of wood lost in? forest foothills, is not only one haven of peace fortunately preserves: ? it as well conceals richnesses, humble or famous, has to discover.
Of azure sows gold billets to the lion crowns the same one, arms and phosphoresced mouths, holding between its forefeet a money crescent, stitching on the whole; with the wave chief bent of mouths with a fasce also money heavy shower charges.
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Flour mill says Esfoz, then flour mill, French Heritage monument to Corravillers 1
Built in sandstone for the basement floor stone and rubble of coated ... sandstone for the rest of the elevation, the mill also includes a span of housing (...) Flour mill says Esfoz, then flour mill, French Heritage monument to Corravillers