Office de tourisme Sauldre & Sologne

Ennordres

Monday 12 September 2011, by Admin

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The chapel recalls the pain of the lepers of ancient times.

 


 

Roman remains were found in the territory of the commune : a Roman road through the village and connected to Bourges and Orleans.

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

Most of the population spends its business to work on farms and forests. The craft was also located in the village in two clusters, the village and a hamlet located 6 km away, said "le Gué de la Pierre".


 



By the end of the war, a flint quarry and sand settles and provides materials for the manufacture of concrete and making roads.
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