Bastide of Sauveterre-de-Guyenne

Founded in 1281 by King Edward I, the Bastide of Sauveterre, located at a crossroads of traffic routes, was particularly important both economically and strategically. During the Hundred Years War, it changed ten times its suzerain to finally become French in 1451. The central square with its arcades and four listed gates remain from the old Bastide.

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