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LE BOURDET et son Sentier de la Maraîchine

79210 Le Bourdet
Phone : +33 5 49 24 18 79
In 1419, Jean de Rochechouart, the chamberlain of Duke Jean de Berry, received part of the fief of Le Bourdet. The biggest part was sold at the time of the revolution, except for the chateau. The property was divided into small parts and then bought again after the death of Louis-Philippe de Cugnac in 1809. In the XIXth century, seven mills worked full time. The village which is built along both sides of its main street and crossed by two mill races and the river Courance, perpetuates country traditions. The neighbouring hamlets still keep up agricultural work and the Sentier de la Maraîchine (Marsh Pathway) reminds us of the importance of animal rearing in this commune of the Marais Poitevin.
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LE BOURDET et son Sentier de la Maraîchine
Address :
79210 Le Bourdet
Phone :
+33 5 49 24 18 79
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