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Eglise de Quins

Area: 3,846 ha
Altitude: 608 meters
Population: 644 inhabitants
(2008 estimate: 794)
Mayor: Mr. Jean Pierre Mazars

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Friday and Saturday from 9am to 12pm


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12800 Quins
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Tour de Saint Clair de Verdun


This is the year 1800 a "town hall" is established to administer the Quins territories of the lordships of Jalenques and Verdun. In Verdun as a Jalenques, there are only a few remains of ancient castles inhabited until the 15th century for the first and until 1812 for the second. Quins today is an agricultural town whose habitat is very dispersed. It has a rich built heritage with the remarkable Chapel of St. Clair Verdun but also the Chapel of two witnesses that are Lugan of Romanesque art in Segala. That of Verdun is without doubt one of the oldest of Aveyron (10 or 11th century).


Raymond Gibelin inhabitant of La Combe (608 meters) since 1963 raises daily weather indicators that are the temperatures, rainfall, information which is then transmitted to the station Millau. For many years he acted as chronic Weather Radio 12.


Numerous hiking trails, at the initiative of the club of boots. Marked a hike by the association Antenna Ségala-Lévézou allows hikers to connect the chapel of St. Clair Verdun in the chapel of St. Vincent Lugan.


Pilgrimage to St. Blaise, in the church of Salan followed by pig farmers

Chapelle Saint Clair de Verdun

Chapelle Saint Clair de Verdun

Around on the town

The pre-Romanesque Chapel of St. Clair Verdun (XIth century, see previous) one of the oldest in the Aveyron is restored since 1975 by an association to safeguard which prevented the building from falling permanently ruined. It has wall paintings of the fifteenth century representing the Virgin and Saint-Michel.The surroundings were cleaned and the tower of the Lords was restored.

Jalenques: ruins of an ancient castle.
Cadars: Mansion of the late sixteenth century.

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