The "circulade" of Aigne is a unique street that winds its way to the heart of the village.
A little bit of history
At La Prade, Les Mouleyres, Sainte Léocadie, Les Clauzes and La Lèque there were Romanesque villas. The first one delivered murals, a bronze hand and others and the second one, in addition to tiles, dolia and amphoras of the Campanian.
From the remains of the ancient village there is the famous circulatory of the year 1000, called the snail of Aigne, a name given by the very shape of the buildings that surround the parish church of St. Martin, the central point of the village. At the time of the Viscounts of Minerve, Aigne was a dependency of the castle of Minerve, under the protection of the Lacaune guard outpost (La Caunette today). It was an agricultural estate situated on a plateau with non-existent surface water, completely isolated from the main routes of invasion and communication, but used for raising woollen animals and for the meagre cultivation of seeds and fodder.
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