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Eglise De St Loubes
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Eglise de St Loubes

Entourée par les communes de Saint-Sulpice-et-Cameyrac, Asques et Sainte-Eulalie, Saint-Loubès est située à 9 km au Nord-Est de Lormont la plus grande ville des environs.

Située à 25 mètres d'altitude, La rivière la dordogne est le principal cours d'eau qui traverse la ville de Saint-Loubès.
La commune est proche du parc naturel régional des Landes de Gascogne à environ 41 km.

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Copyright: Barrere Dominique
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Taken: 08/04/2011
Uploaded: 08/04/2011
Updated: 17/10/2014
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