Bastide of Pellegrue

Founded in the 13th century on a rocky spur, Pellegrue has two renovated churches, Saint-André (in the town – listed in the M.H. inventory), Genas (on the Duras road) and three partly destroyed. It also has three castles located on the heights, vestiges of its historical past: castle of Boyrac Ségur, from the 15th century, castle of Lugagnac, from the 15th to the 18th century and castle of Puch de Gensac, from the 13th century, reworked in the 14th and 18th centuries (listed in the M.H. inventory).

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