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Florac Photo Gallery

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    1/24. The Florac Chateau with the church steeple at the left

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    2/24. The lovely 17th-century Chateau de Florac

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    3/24. Florac stretched along a vallley in the Cévennes, viewed from the high plateau Causse Méjan

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    4/24. Florac, viewed from the GR68 high to the northeast; the Causse Méjan plateau in the distance

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    5/24. Florac town center viewed from above

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    6/24. Reflections on the river pond in Florac, looking west with the Causse Méjan plateau behind

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    7/24. The river pond in Florac and its picturesque dam near the Mairie

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    8/24. Night view down the "source" (Vibron) river in the heart of Florac, with a duck cage boat

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    9/24. Night in the center of Florac with a lighted bridge, and the chateau in the center

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    10/24. The narrow trestle bridge crossing the river at Florac, for pedestrians and vehicules

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    11/24. Ave Jean Monestier, the main road through the length of Florac (if you don't stay on the bypass road)

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    12/24. The Sous Préfecture de Florac on the Esplanade Marceau Farelle, with a covered passage towards the river

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    13/24. The Esplanade Marceau Farelle in the center of Florac has terrace restaurants and shops, and shade

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    14/24. Place du Souvenir (for remembrance, not knick-knacks) in Florac, backed by the cliffs of the Causse Méjan plateau

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    15/24. An iron fountain in front of the town hall (mairie), and a "selfie"

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    16/24. An ancient and elaborate iron fountain at Place Boyer in Florac

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    17/24. The Medieval looking Rue Armand Jullié heading through the center of Florac from Place Boyer

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    18/24. An almost real cat-in-the-window trompe-l'oeil in the center of Florac

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    19/24. An amazing entire wall of trompe-l'oeil at Place Jean Roux in the heart of old Florac

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    20/24. Natural slate tiles being retiled on a Florac roof

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    21/24. The fish farm (pisciculture) of Florac ws created in 1968 to raise rainbow trout. In 2008 it had 7,000 trout and 120,000 fingerlings and all were destroyed because of a contamination problem.

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    22/24. Florac's main square, Place Louis Dides, on a sunny afternoon

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    23/24. Florac's main square, starting to liven up as the evening's Fete de la Musique begins

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    24/24. Fete de la Music - with dancing on the main square most of the night in Florac

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