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La Garenne bollard

Historic site and monument, Historic patrimony in La Londe-les-Maures
  • Armoured stone boundary marker used to demarcate old properties

  • Sandstone bollard, attached to the wall of a river bank, with a bas-relief coat of arms on two opposite sides.
    On one side, a coat of arms identified as that of the Agoult-Pontevès, two of the oldest and most illustrious families of Provence, established in the Hyères region from the 16th century.
    On the opposite side, a shield representing two greyhounds, whose identification remains enigmatic.
    Restoration work in 2016 revealed the opposite side and the coat of arms.
    Recognised as an...
    Sandstone bollard, attached to the wall of a river bank, with a bas-relief coat of arms on two opposite sides.
    On one side, a coat of arms identified as that of the Agoult-Pontevès, two of the oldest and most illustrious families of Provence, established in the Hyères region from the 16th century.
    On the opposite side, a shield representing two greyhounds, whose identification remains enigmatic.
    Restoration work in 2016 revealed the opposite side and the coat of arms.
    Recognised as an archaeological feature on the national archaeological map.
  • Environment
    • In the country
    • Isolated
    • Waterside
  • Spoken languages
    • French
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