The tree of freedom

Hauteluce,
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This remarkable lime tree has been in the center of the village of Hauteluce for more than 200 years. It was planted here at the French Revolution, hence its name.
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73620
Hauteluce
Phone : +33 4 79 38 21 64
  • Spoken language(s) :
    • French

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L'arbre de la liberté
Chef lieu
73620
Hauteluce
GPS coordinates
Latitude : 45.750266
Longitude : 6.585017
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