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Balazuc-Village
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   Village médiéval pittoresque avec remparts, donjon et château XIe et XIIIe siècles

    Église romane Sainte-Madeleine XIe et XIIIe siècles
    La copie du Sarcophage de Balazuc, sarcophage paléo-chrétien du IVe et Ve siècles , trouvé au hameau des Salles, visible sous la mairie
    Chapelle funéraire en ruine XIIIe siècle
    Maison forte du XIIIe siècle
    Église du XIXe siècle
    Site d'escalade des Barasses
    Village coopératif du Viel Audon
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