Brugnac

Description

brugnac, French city Department of lot et garonne with 9 historical sites listed or simply studied for their remarkable character.
Our database currently includes 9 elements for heritage brugnac. You will find the menu and footer links leading you on the description sheets.

There are 43 localities (Place called, location known as) in Brugnac : le bourg ; bellevue ; la croix ; beaulieu ; le lac ; les perrets ; la pastourelle ; les lilas ; les lauriers ; bagatelle ; la mothe ; grangeneuve ; la grangeotte ; cambes ; les auges ; lacan ; la cornue ; le mayne ; bordebasse ; le mirail ; barrail ; le rale ; guillot ; lagravette ; baruteau ; bernifaud ; brandal ; brandissou ; cropenade ; fichebru ; la moutarde ; la pascale ; las brandes ; les coiffards ; seignac ; peyrelafargue ; pierroutou ; pradies ; roquecamp ; teouliere ; teroncle ; tuque de meynot ; verdegas.

No listed building in Brugnac

Places of Culture

Librarie brugnac, brugnac has 1 Librarie :

  • bibliotheque municipale (rue gabriel charretier 47260 brugnac)

Statistics for Brugnac

Town or city :
Postcode of city : 47260
Insee code : 47042
Longitude : 0.460342
Latitude : 44.426547
Total population : 172 people
place called : 43

Church Saint-Hilaire to Brugnac
The walls of the nave and the choir are rubble limestone and tuff with inclusions of flint. The western façade is Tuff squared rubble, while the upper part of the triangular steeple-wall is calcareous stone. The North Chapel is vaulted warheads anti-SAG and tiercerons.

Church Saint-Pierre to Brugnac
The Church of Brugnac, motte, mentioned at the beginning of the 14th century, is described in poor condition in the pastoral visits of 1597 and 1632; It is restored in 1660. During the 3rd quarter of the 19th century, the Church threatening ruin, cure Capdegelle began to rebuild after a project established in 1870 by architect T. Teulère

Farm, French Heritage monument to Brugnac 1
Logis on the ground floor raised on cellar, built partially coated Tuff, steep roof in flat tile covered on the front gable and hilltops on the back; two small (...) Farm, French Heritage monument to Brugnac

Farm, French Heritage monument to Brugnac 2
Part old du Logis in Tuff stone, on the ground floor terrace covered by the advance of the shed on the front roof. It is backed by the new home in rubble of (...) Farm, French Heritage monument to Brugnac

Manor House, French Heritage monument to Brugnac 3
The House, situated on an eminence overlooking the Tolzac Valley, is isolated from agricultural parties. Dependencies include extensive housing for agricultural (...) Manor House, French Heritage monument to Brugnac

Homes, Farms, French Heritage monument to Brugnac 4
« Homes, Farms » is a construction of the city of Brugnac (France, Lot et garonne). Homes, Farms, French Heritage monument to Brugnac

Rectory, currently house known as la Pastourelle, French Heritage monument to Brugnac 5
The walls of the body of main building of three spans are in rubble of Tuff with an arases brick. The stair on the Northwest corner tower is covered with a (...) Rectory, currently house known as la Pastourelle, French Heritage monument to Brugnac

Presentation of the city Brugnac, French Heritage monument to Brugnac 6
The old town of Alicante has been removed and attached to Brugnac July 26, 1826. The local population has increased from 727 inhabitants in 1841 to 467 (...) Presentation of the city Brugnac, French Heritage monument to Brugnac

Church of Notre-Dame, French Heritage monument to Brugnac 7
The Church currently isolated, situated on a terrace at the bottom of the slope South of a hillside, is separate with its cemetery of the surrounding fields by (...) Church of Notre-Dame, French Heritage monument to Brugnac