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Aubusson 1
I never really showed to you the town where I live now. There aren't many inhabitants, yet its name is known around the world for tapestries: Aubusson.
This first photo is the ruins of the castle from near the building where I work.
The second photo shows you from the ruins, where I was something like 25/30 minutes before.
Unfortunately, there are more ruins to see from the bottom than once you are close. Mainly the front resisted, despite the destruction on Richelieu's orders (for a religious civilian war).

Aubusson 1

I never really showed to you the town where I live now. There aren't many inhabitants, yet its name is known around the world for tapestries: Aubusson.
This first photo is the ruins of the castle from near the building where I work.
The second photo shows you from the ruins, where I was something like 25/30 minutes before.
Unfortunately, there are more ruins to see from the bottom than once you are close. Mainly the front resisted, despite the destruction on Richelieu's orders (for a religious civilian war).

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thelufias   [Jun 29, 2021 at 01:13 PM]
A very interesting place to live it seems.....Thanks for sharing....
mtdana   [Jun 27, 2021 at 12:07 PM]
Cool you can see this scenery every day!!!
Aelin   [Jun 26, 2021 at 01:24 PM]
Thanks
oldeekdog   [Jun 26, 2021 at 11:26 AM]
Beautiful photos.
Jherrith   [Jun 25, 2021 at 02:02 PM]
Very nice location and love the history of the place

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