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Lembeye is a market-town in Northern Béarn, that attracts many British people :








The Tower of Lembeye :






Bearnese architecture :




The Gothic church suffered from XIXth century renovations :




The neighbouring countryside with its isolated farms :




Northern Béarn (Vic-Bilh) is made of large asymmetrical valleys :


These pediments are typical from this part of Gascony and illustrate the influence of classical architecture on vernacular reconstructions during the great times of prosperity (XVIIIth century) :




A modern attempt at Bearnese architecture :


The former rail-station, now abandoned : public services are not the last ones when it comes to withdrawing from regions in difficulties


Going to the Castle of Arricau-Bordes, now a Dutch possession :






Down in the plain (Gayon) :








Field corns constitute a major landscape :


Towards Lussagnet-Lusson :










 
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