Eppe sauvage

Description

eppe sauvage, French city Department of nord with 21 historical sites listed or simply studied for their remarkable character.
Our database currently includes 21 elements for heritage eppe sauvage. You will find the menu and footer links leading you on the description sheets.

There are 2 localities (Place called, location known as) in Eppe sauvage : la place ; grandes patures.

listeds buildings (classified and protected) in Eppe sauvage

Monuments in Eppe sauvage, Eppe sauvage has 2 buildings protected. Include :

  1. Oratoire Notre-Dame-de-Liesse official reference : PA00107503 ;
  2. Eglise Saint-Ursmar official reference : PA00107512
Please note this list is likely to evolve, the data presented are from 2013.

Statistics for Eppe sauvage

Town or city :
Postcode of city : 59132
Insee code : 59198
Longitude : 4.134674
Latitude : 50.075329
Total population : 227 people
place called : 2
path : 6
dead : 1
route : 1
st : 9

Town Hall, school, home, French Heritage monument to Eppe sauvage 14
The main building of the Town Hall and the school is dated 1839. It has a balcony, and a pediment and a stone door frame. It includes a floor, as well as a (...) Town Hall, school, home, French Heritage monument to Eppe sauvage

Presentation of the commune of Eppe-Sauvage, French Heritage monument to Eppe sauvage 23
The first habitat on the village of Eppe-Sauvage is located at a place called 'Linière' to the Neolithic period. A Gallo-Roman villa has been updated in 1858 (...) Presentation of the commune of Eppe-Sauvage, French Heritage monument to Eppe sauvage

Farm, French Heritage monument to Eppe sauvage 8
Farm organized around a courtyard. The logis is perpendicular to the street; in return has been implanted the building with two barns and a stable. A second (...) Farm, French Heritage monument to Eppe sauvage

Farm, French Heritage monument to Eppe sauvage 7
Farm isolated, consisting of two brick pavilions placed part and a body of entirely blue stone building. The openings of the two pavilions are arched, while (...) Farm, French Heritage monument to Eppe sauvage

Farm, French Heritage monument to Eppe sauvage 6
Isolated farmhouse located indented, aligned plan. It belongs to a group of three farms placed perpendicularly each other. The openings are arched, a sandstone (...) Farm, French Heritage monument to Eppe sauvage

Castle Voyaux, then colony of so-called vacation home of young firs, now Castle and houses, French Heritage monument to Eppe sauvage 5
The Castle consists of a logis and the old forge workshops converted farm. The House includes a 16th century tower on the back. The central body as well as a (...) Castle Voyaux, then colony of so-called vacation home of young firs, now Castle and houses, French Heritage monument to Eppe sauvage

Chateau Maillard, currently gîte rural, French Heritage monument to Eppe sauvage 4
Access to the castle is indicated by two turrets of entry. The castle is organized around a courtyard, the logis is located to the East, next to the South to a (...) Chateau Maillard, currently gîte rural, French Heritage monument to Eppe sauvage

Chapel Saint-Ursmer, French Heritage monument to Eppe sauvage 3
Chapel brick located on high street, at a crossroads. The entourage of the porte de la chapelle is calcareous stone (Bluestone) and brick masonry. The slate (...) Chapel Saint-Ursmer, French Heritage monument to Eppe sauvage

Parish Church Saint-Ursmer, French Heritage monument to Eppe sauvage 25
The parish church Saint-Ursmer is surmounted by a bell tower frame. The bedrock consists of limestone and brick masonry. It is composed of a single nave (...) Parish Church Saint-Ursmer, French Heritage monument to Eppe sauvage

Village, French Heritage monument to Eppe sauvage 24
The village of Eppe-Sauvage is located in the Valley framed by forest landscape unit. It is located at the confluence of the Helpe-major and Montbliard Creek. (...) Village, French Heritage monument to Eppe sauvage

Plant size of construction materials (marble), then agricultural warehouse, currently House, French Heritage monument to Eppe sauvage 22
The ancient marble is composed of a brick building housing South and North including the workshops. Joseph Chardon, marble in Rance (Belgium), implanted a (...) Plant size of construction materials (marble), then agricultural warehouse, currently House, French Heritage monument to Eppe sauvage

Presentation of the commune of Eppe-Sauvage, French Heritage monument to Eppe sauvage 21
The first habitat on the village of Eppe-Sauvage is located at a place called 'Linière' to the Neolithic period. A Gallo-Roman villa has been updated in 1858 (...) Presentation of the commune of Eppe-Sauvage, French Heritage monument to Eppe sauvage

Rectory, currently twin homes, French Heritage monument to Eppe sauvage 20
Twin homes insulated with two accesses. They include a basement, framing the arched openings, the chain of angles and a headband highlights in blue stone. A (...) Rectory, currently twin homes, French Heritage monument to Eppe sauvage

Oratory Notre-Dame-de-Liesse, French Heritage monument to Eppe sauvage 2
« Oratory Notre-Dame-de-Liesse » is a construction of the city of Eppe sauvage (France, Nord). Oratory Notre-Dame-de-Liesse, French Heritage monument to Eppe sauvage

Manor; the Grand Sartier and Couturelle farm, French Heritage monument to Eppe sauvage 17
Farm Northwest of a flag to which is appended a logis which extends at right angles at the rear of the parcel. A barn was also built on the back of the (...) Manor; the Grand Sartier and Couturelle farm, French Heritage monument to Eppe sauvage