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Hérault of Agde


The river Hérault is about 160 kilometres long and runs through the Département Hérault. The Département owes its name to this river of the South of France.


Category: Agde
City: Agde
Street: Quai du Commandant Mage
Date:
19.02.2007
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An old picture of the "Hérault" of Agde....
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At the Mont Aigoual in the Southern Cevennes the Hérault has its source at a height of 1,370 metres and runs through Béziers. In Agde, he then leads to the Mediterranean. The Vis, the Arre, the Peyne and the Lergue are tributaries of the Hérault. The photo shows the Hérault near Beziers.
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Only 35 to 40 kilometres away from the Cap d'Agde you can find the deep canyons of the Cevennes, which the river has burrowed. The clear and pleasantly warm water invites to swim and to drive canoes. The Hérault canyons are still a region which is rarely visited, ideal for expeditions. The river banks are skirted by extended forests and the Garrigue, an evergreen bush scenery. On this photo you can see the Hèrault at the Pont de Diable...
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Another photo...
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The "Hérault" and the Cathedral "St.-Étienne"
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Fisherboats on the "Hérault"
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