Presentation of the commune of Eygliers, French Heritage monument to Eygliers
Of Eygliers is bordered to the North with Saint-Crépin, East with Arvieux, Guillestre and Mont-Dauphin, South West with Réotier. The communal boundary follows the course of Guil between the BlackBerry to the West and the Chalve mountain ridge to the East, it follows until the peak of Chalanches (2670 m) before along the crest of the Lauzettes and that of the Pareis. It then crosses the wood of the Gndj along the Guillermin, up to the level of the Hodouls, where it was down South to the Durance it follows approximately a kilometre. The capital lies at 1027 m altitude. The main settlements are in the North: Maurels, greenhouse, Irie, Borel and Rua Alay, East: Rua D'amont, bass-Brett, high-Brett, the Goavie, the make of Eygliers and big. 1482 To the parish of Saint-Antoine-de-Bouchet which depended on until then of the mother church of Saint-Crépin is created by Archbishop Jean Bayle. By decision of the Council of 24 April 1753, Eygliers is subtracted from the community of Saint-Crépin to be attached to that of Mont-Dauphin. It will be separated in by order of the Board of Directors of the Department of 15 March 1791, in order to form a municipality in its own right.
Source: Ministry of Culture, France
presentation of the commune of Eygliers, Of Eygliers is bordered to the North with Saint-Crépin, East with Arvieux, Guillestre and Mont-Dauphin, South West with Réotier. The communal boundary follows (...) Presentation of the commune of Eygliers, French Heritage monument to Eygliers 24 eygliers, hautes alpes
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