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Pégairolles-de-Buèges (en occitan Pegairòlas de Buòja)Perché sur sa colline, au carrefour historique des anciens comtés de Maguelone, de Lodève et de Nîmes, il contrôle la vallée de la Buèges. Le donjon qui surplombe le village date du XII ème siècle. La forteresse du château permettait aux seigneurs de surveiller le massif des Cévennes et une partie du plateau du Larzac.
Languedoc-Roussillon

Perché sur sa colline, au carrefour historique des anciens comtés de Maguelone, de Lodève et de Nîmes, il contrôle la vallée de la Buèges.


Le donjon qui surplombe le village date du XII ème siècle.

La forteresse du château permettait aux seigneurs de surveiller le massif des Cévennes et une partie du plateau du Larzac.

Notre-Dame de Pégairolles-de-Buèges, enchâssée sur un solide promontoire, est un des éléments défensifs des villages dès le XI ème siècle. Les églises romanes castrales, adossées aux châteaux féodaux offraient soutien et protection aux assiégés.

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