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.