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Maisons et Chapelle restaurées de Clédat
France

Depuis 1963 le village est abandonné. En 1999, l’association Renaissance des vieilles pierres se constitua pour sauver Clédat. Grâce à son travail, la chapelle, une chaumière et le four à pain ont été rénovés

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