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Reyniès

Municipality of Greater Montauban
Nested in the greenery, on the banks of the Tarn, Reyniès resembles those pretty villages that make up the richness of our landscape heritage.
As you stroll through its streets, squares and surroundings, observe the singular harmony of its built heritage that takes you back to the beautiful hours of the Art Deco.

Did you know that?

Reyniès is a village where you can admire 132 art deco houses.

Following the devastating floods of the Tarn in 1930, the village delivered a new face in 1933.

Solid houses made of concrete and stone display their Art Deco facades, a style favoring straight lines and geometric shapes.

There are bow windows, interlacing roofs and verandas, pediments, cut-offs, delicate friezes and genoises. All in shades of red, blue, dark gray, or even flaming yellow.

Treasures

heritage

The castle exteriors can be visited from July 1 to September 30 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. except on Wednesdays.

By appointment preferred.

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