Apchat, puy-of-Dome, commune of 3669 hectares, have 710 bills of quantities of altitude, canton and of Ardes (3 kilometers), district of Issoire (23 kilometers), 72-44 Southern kilometers of Clermont, church, five public schools, welfare office. Manufacture shoes, laundry.

old source attention:

  • Titrate: Gazetteer and administrative of France and its colonies.
  • Editor: Hatchet (Paris)
  • Go back to edition: 1890-1905


apchat, French city Department of puy de dome with 2 historical sites listed or simply studied for their remarkable character.
Our database currently includes 2 elements for heritage apchat. You will find the menu and footer links leading you on the description sheets.

There are 24 localities (Place called, location known as) in Apchat : le bourg ; chazelles ; la roche ; bord ; claviere ; le pouget ; perpezat ; le pradet ; florat ; fourgues ; la brugiere ; fechal ; aurazat ; chassole ; fechal bas ; fechal haut ; florat bas ; florat haut ; generargues ; heumes ; maillargues ; sagheat ; travet ; zanieres.

listeds buildings (classified and protected) in Apchat

Monuments in Apchat, Apchat has 2 buildings protected. Include :

  1. official reference : PA00091862 ;
  2. official reference : PA00091863
Please note this list is likely to evolve, the data presented are from 2013.

Statistics for Apchat

Town or city :
Postcode of city : 63420
Insee code : 63007
Longitude : 3.068137
Latitude : 45.382862
Total population : 210 people
place called : 24
route : 2

Manor House, or Castle, French Heritage monument to Apchat 2
Built in the 15th century (Dungeon), as amended at the 18th (porch) probably to improve habitat conditions, the Manor House depended on the origin of the Dukes (...) Manor House, or Castle, French Heritage monument to Apchat

Church Saint-Médard, French Heritage monument to Apchat 1
The town was once the centre of a small dependent Priory in the vault, in the Haute-Loire. This church does not appear to go beyond the 15th century and the (...) Church Saint-Médard, French Heritage monument to Apchat