Maringues

Maringues, Puy-de-Dome, commune of 2147 hectares, have 291/317 bills of quantities of altitude, in Limagne, on left bank of Morge, flowing left, and have 2 kilometers 1/2 Allier, chief town of canton, district of Thiers (24 kilometers), 30-24 kilometers North Is of Clermont.

Clean, 3 public schools, 2 private schools, brothers of Puy, sisters of Good-Pasteur, notaries, ushers, police station, gendarmerie has horse, perception, tax collector, hospital (23 beds), welfare office, Grand goes to corn in an area of average production.

Wool carding houses and spinning mills, many and re-elected chamois-leather factories, manufactures cloths, covers, wooden-soled shoes, tawings, 7 mills.

Celebrates: Monday after the Kings, 1st Monday of Lent, holy Monday, Monday of Low Sunday **, Rogations *, after Pentecost, June 25, last Monday of July, 1st Monday of September, 1st of October, November 2, Monday before Christmas. Go Monday.

Church of XIIe and XVIe century, Castle of Beissat (1778), Ridges of Montgascon, only remainder of a castle which belonged has a branch junior by the first counts of aAuvergne.

old source attention:

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

* The days of Rogations are the three days immediately preceding the Rise in the catholic liturgical calendar. This term is especially uses by the Churches catholic and Anglican, but fall today in disuse.

** In the Christian calendar, various terms indicate first Sunday after Easter: celebrate Low Sunday, octave of Easter, second Easter Sunday, Sunday in albis, or Sunday of Saint-Thomas. In the Roman Catholic church, since the canonization of Faustine Kowalska in 2000 by the pope Jean-Paul II, this Sunday became the festival of the divine mercy.

Description

maringues, French city Department of puy de dome with 39 historical sites listed or simply studied for their remarkable character.
Our database currently includes 39 elements for heritage maringues. You will find the menu and footer links leading you on the description sheets.

There are 17 localities (Place called, location known as) in Maringues : grande rue ; les fourniers ; le moulin neuf ; la vaure ; montgacon ; la cote rouge basse ; les pres grenet ; arbalesse ; champ lafarge ; le moulin pre ; le thuel ; les goslards ; leyrat ; pradeaux ; sanat bas ; sanat haut ; vensat.

listeds buildings (classified and protected) in Maringues

Monuments in Maringues, Maringues has 5 buildings protected. Include :

  1. Eglise Saint-Etienne official reference : PA00092166 ;
  2. (Grande-Rue ( )) official reference : PA00092167 ;
  3. Maison en pans de bois (Bouillon (rue de)) official reference : PA00092168 ;
  4. Anciennes tanneries official reference : PA00092169 ;
  5. (Beaudet-Lafarge (rue) 10) official reference : PA63000053
Please note this list is likely to evolve, the data presented are from 2013.

Places of Culture

Libraries maringues, maringues has 2 Libraries :

  • bibliotheque municipale (place de la liberte 63350 maringues)
  • bibliotheque municipale (36 grand'rue hotel des ducs de bouillon 63350 maringues)

Statistics for Maringues

Town or city :
Postcode of city : 63350
Insee code : 63210
Longitude : 3.360868
Latitude : 45.908004
Total population : 2551 people
place called : 17
boulevard : 3
path : 2
dead : 5
place : 12
bridge : 1
route : 7
st : 54

Former hotel of the Dukes of Bouillon, French Heritage monument to Maringues 1
This hotel in the 15th century, whose façade was remodelled in the 17th, served as the residence of the Lords of the place, Dukes of Bouillon. The building (...) Former hotel of the Dukes of Bouillon, French Heritage monument to Maringues

Hospice, French Heritage monument to Maringues 14
Walls, probably in blocking; frames of openings, headbands and angles in andesite chains; Bell Tower brick with chains of angles in andesite and wrought iron (...) Hospice, French Heritage monument to Maringues

House, French Heritage monument to Maringues 20
Walls, presumably by blocking of rubble and pebbles; frames and chains of andesite angles; Slate on the roof in the turret with Dovecote Pavilion; staircase in (...) House, French Heritage monument to Maringues

House, French Heritage monument to Maringues 26
Coating on floor of basement probably in stone rubble, other storey timbered with coating on filling House Oriel and panels of wood, with delivery in floor of (...) House, French Heritage monument to Maringues

Timber-framed house, French Heritage monument to Maringues 33
The facade on the side of the square has two rectangular shopfronts, probably from ancient stalls. First floor Oriel which Ravens relied on their bottom on the (...) Timber-framed house, French Heritage monument to Maringues

Homes, Farms, French Heritage monument to Maringues 34
Building materials are varied, but most are the Pisa on flashing (pebbles or rubble) and the rubble of andesite or arkose, very often with coating; There are (...) Homes, Farms, French Heritage monument to Maringues

Mill, French Heritage monument to Maringues 36
Walls of the game mill andesite rubble, frames of openings in andesite and brick (floors of the southern part); coating on the northern part; walls of the (...) Mill, French Heritage monument to Maringues

Cemetery, French Heritage monument to Maringues 4
In 1823 and 1829, projects not successful transfer of the cemetery; in 1837, decreed translation of public utility and acquisition of land. plans and (...) Cemetery, French Heritage monument to Maringues

Church Saint-Etienne, French Heritage monument to Maringues 8
Saint-Robert, founder of the Abbey of la Chaise-Dieu, establishes to 1050 le Prieuré de Maringues, subject to the monastery casadeen until the French (...) Church Saint-Etienne, French Heritage monument to Maringues

Monumental crosses, French Heritage monument to Maringues 7
Monumental crosses of the commune of Maringues date mainly from the 19th century; likely dates: 1856, 1864, 1889-1891, 1893-1895; the nine cross identified, (...) Monumental crosses, French Heritage monument to Maringues

Convent of Récollets, French Heritage monument to Maringues 6
Walls coated in rubble of tufo; frames of openings in andesite; originally, tiled roof socket for all buildings; Currently, tile flat mechanics except slate in (...) Convent of Récollets, French Heritage monument to Maringues

Presentation of the city Maringues, French Heritage monument to Maringues 51
« Presentation of the city Maringues » is a construction of the city of Maringues (France, Puy de dome). Presentation of the city Maringues, French Heritage monument to Maringues

Ursuline convent, French Heritage monument to Maringues 5
Walls blocking of Pebble and brick coated beds; frames of openings, headbands, chains of angles, cornice and pillars on the ground floor of the West building (...) Ursuline convent, French Heritage monument to Maringues

City, French Heritage monument to Maringues 48
Stand probably established on the site of Maringues at least since the Celtic era; in the Gallo-Roman era villa installed nearby, on the South; in the middle (...) City, French Heritage monument to Maringues

City, French Heritage monument to Maringues 47
Stand probably established on the site of Maringues at least since the Celtic era; in the Gallo-Roman era villa installed nearby, on the South; in the middle (...) City, French Heritage monument to Maringues