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A La Vinzelle ,village des coteaux de la vallée du Lot , la fameuse grosse cloche de 1250 kg offerte en 1870 par un riche paroissien Jean Ouillades . Avec un bourdon assourdissant , ses ondes éloignaient les orages menaçant les maraichers et les vignerons du secteur .
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Tags: cloche; village typique; la vinzelle; aveyron; vallée du lot
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