Ste enimie

Description

ste enimie, French city Department of lozere with 10 historical sites listed or simply studied for their remarkable character.
Our database currently includes 10 elements for heritage ste enimie. You will find the menu and footer links leading you on the description sheets.

There are 29 localities (Place called, location known as) in Ste enimie : maison neuve ; la fontaine ; base de plein air ; la beaume ; prades ; le bac ; hauterives ; les lacs ; boisset ; le panorama ; sauveterre ; bousiges ; cabrunas ; castelbouc ; champerboux ; chaumeils ; dignas ; jouanas ; la clujade ; la perigouse ; le ceret ; nissoulogres ; panorama st chely tarn ; pessades ; pougnadoires ; roussac ; saint chely du tarn ; sivente ; teissonnieres.

listeds buildings (classified and protected) in Ste enimie

Monuments in Ste enimie, Ste enimie has 9 buildings protected. Include :

  1. Abbaye (ancienne) official reference : PA00103916 ;
  2. official reference : PA00103917 ;
  3. official reference : PA00103918 ;
  4. official reference : PA00103919 ;
  5. Maison official reference : PA00103920 ;
  6. Eglise paroissiale official reference : PA00103921 ;
  7. official reference : PA00103922 ;
  8. Maison official reference : PA00103923 ;
  9. official reference : PA00103939
Please note this list is likely to evolve, the data presented are from 2013.

Statistics for Ste enimie

Town or city :
Postcode of city : 48210
Insee code : 48146
Longitude : 3.385829
Latitude : 44.336103
Total population : 537 people
place called : 29
place : 1
area : 7
route : 6
st : 2

Castle of Prades to Ste enimie
This castle is located in the site of the gorges of the Tarn, in a strategic position of control of the Gorge. It was acquired in 1972 by the current owner to the caisse des Dépôts et consignations which had restored or rebuilt most of the upper parts and roofing.

Church from Ste Enimie
Above the town and on the slope overlooking the right bank of the Tarn, is a Hermitage inhabited, but that is being maintained; the priests of the place will celebrate the divine office at certain times. It is believed generally that it is in this place that died sainte Enimie.

House 8 to Ste Enimie
The town of Sainte-Enimie, originally called Burlates, the name of fountain Burle which gushes in the place of Sainte-Enimie, later took one she wears today ' huid a daughter of Chlothar II which, according to a highly-accredited in the country tradition, there came to find the waters of the fountain of Burle, the cure for leprosy covering her face.

House, French Heritage monument to Ste enimie 9
« House » is a construction of the city of Ste enimie (France, Lozere). House, French Heritage monument to Ste enimie

Megalithic complex of the area of the three - warlords (also on municipality of Laval-du-Tarn), French Heritage monument to Ste enimie 7
« Megalithic complex of the area of the three - warlords (also on municipality of Laval-du-Tarn) » is a construction of the city of Ste enimie (France, Lozere). Megalithic complex of the area of the three - warlords (also on municipality of Laval-du-Tarn), French Heritage monument to Ste enimie

Parish Church of Saint-Chély-du-Tarn, French Heritage monument to Ste enimie 6
« Parish Church of Saint-Chély-du-Tarn » is a construction of the city of Ste enimie (France, Lozere). Parish Church of Saint-Chély-du-Tarn, French Heritage monument to Ste enimie

Wrought iron cross, French Heritage monument to Ste enimie 4
« Wrought iron cross » is a construction of the city of Ste enimie (France, Lozere). Wrought iron cross, French Heritage monument to Ste enimie

Chapelle Notre-Dame-de-Cenaret of Saint-Chély-du-Tarn, French Heritage monument to Ste enimie 2
« Chapelle Notre-Dame-de-Cenaret of Saint-Chély-du-Tarn » is a construction of the city of Ste enimie (France, Lozere). Chapelle Notre-Dame-de-Cenaret of Saint-Chély-du-Tarn, French Heritage monument to Ste enimie

Flour mill, flour mill says mill and flour mill Couderc, French Heritage monument to Ste enimie 10
The sorter square three-storey building; the mill building itself a square floor, a basement and a Rafter under shed roof. pillar in contact with Tarn in stone; (...) Flour mill, flour mill says mill and flour mill Couderc, French Heritage monument to Ste enimie

(Former) Abbey, French Heritage monument to Ste enimie 1
« (Former) Abbey » is a construction of the city of Ste enimie (France, Lozere). (Former) Abbey, French Heritage monument to Ste enimie