Au bord du lavoir Saint-Albe de Gradignan - France

Lavoir Saint-Albe  -  XVIIIe siècle  -  Calcaire  -  140, cours du Général de Gaulle

Le lavoir Saint-Albe provient de la propriété Sarrazin, située dans la zone d'activité économique de Rémora, qui comprenait le château Lafitte aujourd'hui disparu. Il est racheté par la commune pour être installé dans le nouveau parc Saint-Albe.

(Le patrimoine des communes de la Gironde, FLOHIC éditions, 2011)

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