Les Carrières de la Lie

Rue des Loisirs
71960 - LA ROCHE-VINEUSE
Saône-et-Loire
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The Quarries of the Lie assemble prehistoric vestiges and traces of stone extraction over 2 centuries. Archeological digs carried out there have found merovingian and gallo-roman sarcophoguses. As for the quarry, it bears witness to busy activity. Discover this history thanks to guided visits, through a long botanical path set out in the quarry.

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    Minimum size : 10

    Maximum size : 40

 

Last update : 23/02/2018

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