Discover a memorial steeped in history, reminiscent of a concentration camp turned into a repressive internment camp during World War II. Explore the museum located on the village square & immerse yourself in this significant period of history

Memorial recalling the existence of a concentration camp for Spanish refugees from February to September 1939, transformed into a repressive internment camp for "undesirable" foreigners during the Second World War until June 1944. About 40 men of 000 nationalities were interned here. It is also from here that Jewish men, women and children were deported to the extermination camps. The site is made up of three places: - the cemetery which can be visited all year round with free access and which is being renovated and refurbished, - the station with a "Horses 58 Men 8" type wagon is also accessible for external visits free,- For the museum located on the village square, contact the town hall.

Additional Information :
Guided tour of the museum on request.


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