The old stone villages of southern France are the picture of ENDURANCE, this week’s photo challenge. Built in the 11th and 12th centuries (and some before!) these villages have withstood the test of time.
Two and three stories high, these medieval stones tell a story heard over centuries.
Traverse du Four in St. Jean de Buèges
House built into the cliff in Pégairolles de Buèges
Narrow street between stone houses in St. Jean de Buèges
Old stone houses dating to 11th and 12th centuries
Village of St. Jean de Buèges. Stone houses from the 11th century.
Roman bridge dating to 1st century
Old stone houses
The 12th century stones of St. Jean de Buèges that make up this townn
The mountains behind Le Château of St. Jean de Buèges obscured by clouds