Photographer's Note

November 2nd, 2009
Lagamas 340125 34150
Herault Languedoc-Roussillon
43.674 3.523 98 m

The red vineyard, Lagamas. (7 images). Click to enlarge.

One sight.
Other sight.

A landscape of vineyards and pines near the river hérault quite different from the scrubland and holm oaks, and far the Séranne mountain.

The Séranne mountain extends on 25 km its peak calcareous and reached 942 m to the Roc Blanc.

Lagamas is a French commune, located in the department of Hérault, the Languedoc-Roussillon area, populated of 111 lagamasois in 1999, distributed on 4,5 km², that is to say 25 hab./km².

The commune consists of a habitat dispersed in vineyards, in farmhouses and hamlets, of which Lagamas is the most populated.

The village has the characteristic to have a very large parish church compared to its population.
The Parish church Notre-Dame en son Assomption et de la Garrigue, 19th century, was built in 1874 on the initiative of the Balsan family, after the death of a husband during the war of 1870.
It is the work of the Dauvergne architect, of Chateauroux.

My images of Lagamas.

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