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Le Puits des Dames à Moëze

Historic site and monument ,  Vernacular in Moëze

  • The wells were numerous in this village on the edge of the marsh. Often common to several houses, they are located on roads or on private or communal land. In a widening of a sidewalk in front of two private plots, the "Puits des Dames" adjoins two stone stamps that served as a drinking trough.
    A very friendly place to be, the well was above all a place of work and labor, which ended the installation of the water supply system. In 2001, it was restored as part of a program to renovate the...
    The wells were numerous in this village on the edge of the marsh. Often common to several houses, they are located on roads or on private or communal land. In a widening of a sidewalk in front of two private plots, the "Puits des Dames" adjoins two stone stamps that served as a drinking trough.
    A very friendly place to be, the well was above all a place of work and labor, which ended the installation of the water supply system. In 2001, it was restored as part of a program to renovate the small rural heritage.
  • Access
    • Railway station at 13 km
    • Public transport at 3 km
  • Environment
    • In a village
Services
  • Services
    • Animals accepted
    • Self-guided visits
  • Rates
  • Free
  • Adult
    Free
  • Free
Openings

Openings

  • All year
  • All year 2022