figeac le matin

vue de Figeac depuis les terrasses du puy .Remarquez le chateau du viguier du roi ( avec sa petite tour ronde )et à l'arrière , l'eglise St Sauveur et son clocher particulier . Sur la droite du gros arbre , le toit de l'hotel de Colomb

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Updated: 21/07/2014


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