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village of Liebvillers
Common extending from the Doubs valley (the hamlets of Artus Mill, the city of Morocco and Nadam), the Montécheroux climb, (the village and hamlets of Sillots, Fontenottes and Montpravons). The village is marked by the battle of the Lomont maquis which made 9 prisoners and 2 survivors. Formerly, the village counted: mill, sawmills and tileries, cheese factory, vineyard, forges, factory with pliers. Today, the economic heritage includes a hydroelectric plant (1927) fed by a water intake from the Grosbois dam, as well as the FACEL cellulosic sponge plant. To discover Cave of Bisontin called Natural Arch, remains of the Upper Paleolithic Stream-stream that flows into the Doubs Nadam locality In the center of the village: Fountain and washhouse restored Basin and its trout Oak of the Revolution Tissue tree (garden of the old school) Sculpture "Resistance", homage to the victims of the battle of the maquis of Lomont, on the Place du 19 août 1944 A communal rural house Old pliers factory
Copyright: Alain Faivre
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8192x4096
Taken: 01/05/2019
Uploaded: 02/05/2019
Updated: 13/06/2019


Tags: doubs; moulin artus; city of morocco; nadam); hamlets of sillots; fontenottes and montpravons; maquis of lomont; hydropower plant; factory cellulose sponges facel.
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