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Monday, February 06, 2006

Langogne is a town which is situated in the Northeast of Lozère in France. It is next to a big lake called Naussac which regulates a river called the Allier. At the moment however, it is empty because it was necessary to repair the dam. Langogne was built in 998 after J.C. Today we can still see the ruins of the big walls which protected it a long time ago. All the houses are placed around the church which is in the middle of the town. There are about 3500 inhabitants in winter but in summer there are a lot more.


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