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“Journey to the Heart of the Pyrenees”: Piribus Traveling Exhibition will be held in Andorra from October 7th to 20th

PIRIBUS – a traveling exhibition that has already been to 13 places in the Pyrenees, will stop in Andorra.

The goal is to appreciate the Pyrenees heritage based on its natural, cultural and tourist elements with environmental education as the main tool. The exhibition covers four areas: geological history, landscapes, biodiversity and the history of mankind. …

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Castles and fortresses of Spain and France with Mathew Kristes

The Salses fortress is a modern age castle in a communal territory of Salses in the Rosselló comarca in Northern Catalunya (France)

The Salses castle (fortress) is a modern age castle in a communal territory of Salses in the Rosselló comarca in Northern Catalunya (France). From a chronological perspective it is the third of the Salses castles, after the Vell Castle and Castle Reial.

This castle today serves as a Museum of Salses History. It is located in …

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Interesting places in the Pyrenees and around with Jane Cautch

Eus, the commune of the Eastern Pyrenees, included in the list of the Most Beautiful French Villages

Eus village (fr. Eus) is the commune of the Eastern Pyrenees, included in the list of the most beautiful French villages. It is located between the Conflent valley and the Canigo Mountain.

The village’s distinctive feature is that it is the sunniest village in France. It holds the record for having the most sunny days per year …

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Castles and fortresses of Spain and France with Mathew Kristes

Fort Liberia, built by the French Marshal, Vauban, after the Catalonia Territory Partition between France and Spain by the Treaty of the Pyrenees

Fort Liberia (fr. Fort Libéria) is located in the city Villefranche-de-Conflent (France) in the Eastern Pyrenees department, at the confluence of the Têt and Сadi rivers.

The Fort was built by the French marshal, Vauban, after the Catalonia territory partition between France and Spain by the Treaty of the Pyrenees (year 1681) at the same time …

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Castles and fortresses of Spain and France with Mathew Kristes

Evol Castle rises above the eponymous village near the town of Olette, in the Eastern Pyrenees Department

Evol Castle (fr. Château d’Evol) rises above the eponymous village near the town of Olette, in the Eastern Pyrenees Department (Pyrénées-Orientales), and the Occitania Region (this region was created following the merger of the Languedoc Roussillon and Midi-Pyrénées regions). There is another picturesque village, Thuès d’Evol (within three minutes by car) that is smaller in …

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History of Europe with Alex Mostaslavski: Spain, France, Pyrenees

The history of the Pyrenees: сhronology of major facts

The history of the Pyrenees

Prehistory

The first documented human presence in the Pyrenees is found in Bauma Margineda (Andorra) dated to the Epipaleolithic period, the same place also documented the occupation during the Neolithic periods and the Bronze age.

The presence of Iberian tribes is cited in ancient sources: Bebrics in the central Pyrenees, Iacetans …

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